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Re: [philosophy-197] Poll on Standarization of the Meeting Schedule & Who Can Schedule

From: William K.
Sent on: Sunday, April 28, 2013 2:46 PM
1b, 2a (to avoid confusion).

My thinking is that Jeff's model worked well so stay with that although twice a month would be ok if enough agreed and attended. Fixed day of month allows for setting personal schedules. Thursday suits me best, but am flexible.

Bill


On Sat, Apr 27, 2013 at 2:03 PM, Dan <[address removed]> wrote:

1. Should we have a set meeting date, if so what?

a. Meeting scheduling should remain at the discreation of the organizer.

b. Meetings should be consistently scheduled for a specific Thursday evening of each month (1st-4th).

c. Meetings should be consistently scheduled for a specific Wednesday evening of each month (1st-4th).

d. Meetings should be consistently scheduled for a specific Tuesday evening of each month (1st-4th).

e.  Other, please specify.

 

2. In the past, only the organizer could schedule meetups, should that change?

a. The organizer should be the only scheduler.

b. Co-organizers and Assistant Organizers should be allowed to schedule.

b. Allow any member to schedule, as long as three members agree to attend.

 





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