IRC Developer Meeting
sholt at adium.im
Fri Jul 29 18:19:49 UTC 2011
If more time is truly needed, we can go over, and anything not directly related to the subject at hand can be discussed by the interested parties at a later time.
But let's start with a target of half an hour - hopefully that will keep things focused.
On Jul 29, 2011, at 11:12 AM, Patrick Steinhardt wrote:
> I don't think 30 minutes will be enough, I would plead for an hour. But as time passes by we will gather some experience and draw our conclusions of this. :)
> On Jul 29, 2011, at 12:49 AM, Jordan wrote:
>> I think Colin's suggestion for more than one meeting would be best. Normally these things proceed for well over 2 hours, which is quite a length of time, especially considering it's very late at night for some tuning in and that many attendees have not even stuck around that long in the past.
>> Trying to break it up into 30-45 minute meetings covering defined topics in each is likely going to be better for everyone. Those who want to discuss a particular topic won't have to wade through hours of other material, those who are up late to attend will not have to extend that into wee hours of the night, and we're likely to get more focused arguments and results from a shorter meeting than a ridiculously long one.
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