(j3.2006) (j3-members.2006) February meeting schedule
Wed Oct 24 14:26:50 EDT 2012
On Wed, 2012-10-24 at 08:06 -0500, Bill Long wrote:
> On 10/23/12 10:02 PM, Van Snyder wrote:
> > We don't have contracts yet for February or October 2013. I've been
> > waiting to ask Valerie until I see whether we change the meeting dates.
> Like Van, I put arrangements on hold until there is a resolution. I've
> checked and there are still decent seats available on flights for both
> weeks. I don't have a conflict for the next week. However, the seats
> are going, so I'd like to know the final dates within the next few days.
Unless somebody announces a conflict for the week of 18-22 February,
that is, the week that Damian is able to attend, by Friday of this week,
I'll request that week when I ask Valerie to develop contracts. For
now, at least, I'll stick with the week of 14-18 October. We have time
to change that if necessary.
If somebody has a conflict for the week of 18-22 February, I'll ask
Valerie to develop a contract for the week of 11-15 February, since that
was our originally-agreed date.
> > Van
> > On Wed, 2012-10-24 at 11:04 +0900, Malcolm Cohen wrote:
> >> Bill Long write:
> >>> The dates for meeting 200 have already been published at least twice, in
> >>> the meeting 197 and 198 minutes,
> >> That is true but not very important. We have in fact changed our meeting dates
> >> once before (that was a joint meeting with WG5).
> >> The meeting dates are, I believe, technically only fixed in stone after the
> >> meeting notice has gone out... though we certainly don't want to make a habit of
> >> varying it without good reason.
> >> One might opine that since there are only 8 of us, 1 of us not being able to
> >> make it is a good reason to consider changing.
> We make the meeting dates long in advance so that we know to not
> schedule other things at those times. One could argue that this is the
> one exceptional case for Damian since he was not in that mode of
> planning when he scheduled the conflicting activity.
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