I'd rather go with the option no. 1, but I don't really care that much
either way. So if one option suits you guys better, I'll comply.
On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 9:59 AM, Martin Krizek <mkri...@redhat.com> wrote:
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> > From: "Tim Flink" <tfl...@redhat.com>
> > To: email@example.com
> > Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 4:59:49 PM
> > Subject: Re: 2016-09-14 @ 14:00 UTC - QA Tools Video "Standup" Meeting
> > <snip>
> > One of the topics that came up was how often to do these video
> > meetings. Having additional weekly meetings via video seems like
> > overkill but if there's an appropriate in-depth topic, meeting via
> > video to talk instead of type would be useful.
> > The two options we came up with are:
> > 1. Switch the first qadevel meeting of every month to be via video,
> > making sure that an agenda is sent out early enough for folks to be
> > prepared.
> > 2. Pencil in a video meeting once or twice a month on the Wednesday
> > after qadevel meetings. Ask for video topics during the qadevel
> > meeting and on email. If there are enough topics suggested which
> > would benefit from talking instead of typing, meet on the following
> > Wednesday to discuss via video. If there is no need to meet via
> > video, skip it.
> > I realize that I'm changing things up a little bit from what we were
> > talking about at the end of the meeting but I have a small concern
> > about option 1 - one of the issues that we had today is that folks
> > weren't prepared because we didn't set an agenda.
> > If we switch one qadevel meeting per month to video, how do we want to
> > handle setting the agenda early enough so that participants have enough
> > time to prepare?
> > Any thoughts or preferences?
> My vote would be for the option 2., mostly because the video meeting can
> be easily skipped if we don't have any topics to discuss and that
> setting an agenda would be done on a set time (Monday meeting). It seems
> to me that this could work well.
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