[openbiblio-dev] [open-bibliography] suggesting regular meetings
mark at odaesa.com
Tue Aug 16 15:42:12 BST 2011
Sure, we will keep putting up meeting notes and you are free to join
any time it suits you!
In order to make this easier, I will put up an etherpad before each
meeting to list some relevant topics.
On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 12:25 PM, Dr. Micah Altman
<Micah_Altman at harvard.edu> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> So far, I've participated only in a few of the meetings ... and those
> at the kick-off. If the meeting schedule happens to be when I'm
> available and on a topic of
> special interest I'll join in future. But in any case, it has been
> useful to be able to look at meeting notes/minutes etc to track
> developments, so I'm hoping that will continue.
> On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 8:05 AM, Mark MacGillivray
> <mark.macgillivray at okfn.org> wrote:
>> Hello open biblio people,
>> I would like to suggest some more regular meetings for the working
>> group. Perhaps every two weeks. These could be open to anyone wishing
>> to join in.
>> Adrian already usually organises meetings on the first Tuesday of
>> every month - would it be worth having another meeting that week over
>> and above that? Or should we just add another say in the middle of
>> each month? What would people prefer?
>> Perhaps a meeting this week to discuss would be useful for those
>> interested? If so I propose we talk on Wednesday 17th August at 1600
>> UK time (currently GMT + 1).
>> Please let us know if what you think of this idea, and let me know if
>> you want to attend on Wednesday, and I will initiate a call then.
>> Mark MacGillivray
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>> open-bibliography at lists.okfn.org
> Micah Altman, Ph.D. Senior Research Scientist, Institute for
> Quantitative Social Science
> Archival Director, Henry A. Murray Research Archive
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