On Thursday, March 3, 2016, Chris Keating <chriskeatingw...@gmail.com>
wrote:
>
> 3) 3 weeks for publication of minutes sounds like a reasonable time frame
> to me. I'm seeing a few "How can it take 3 WEEKS??!!?!?" reactions from
> people. Probably because the Board spends all weekend meeting then on
> Monday go back to their jobs. Then someone starts writing up the minutes
> from their notes, probably the next weekend. The realise they need to query
> something and drop someone an email about it. They respond on Tuesday, by
> which point the minute-writer is spending the free evening they dedicate to
> Board work on addressing some other issue and the next chance they get to
> look at it is first thing on Saturday morning - they spend Saturday morning
> writing up minutes and then circulate a draft .... which then someone wants
> to amend ... .you get the picture. :)


Why would minutes be written after the fact instead of during the meeting
by the designated note taker(s)?

-- brion
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