On 3 Mar 2016, at 10:56 PM, Brion Vibber <bvib...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> Why would minutes be written after the fact instead of during the meeting
> by the designated note taker(s)?
> -- brion

And why is the entire board writing up the minutes?

In fact, the job of a scribe is to be able to take down accurate notes during 
the meeting. Normally, they write up the meeting minutes and send them to 
everyone, which is part of the process in the Board's manual. If someone 
disputed the accuracy they say so and it gets resolved.

That does NOT take 3 weeks. I would also suggest if the Board are too busy to 
provide input on the minutes of Board business then they need to either reduce 
their commitments, or they need to step away from the Board. They have 
responsibilities that they committed to when they accepted their position on 
the Board and they need to take them seriously.

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