[foundation-board] Next Board meeting...?
Jordan S Hatcher
jordan at opencontentlawyer.com
Mon Sep 12 16:36:18 UTC 2011
On 12 Sep 2011, at 14:25, Becky Hogge wrote:
> On 12 September 2011 11:10, Jason Kitcat <jason.kitcat at okfn.org> wrote:
>> Hi Becky
>> On 12 Sep 2011, at 09:09, Becky Hogge wrote:
>>> Is the next Board meeting taking place tomorrow, per the OKF calendar?
>>> I see nothing on the Board wiki and no preparatory materials sent to
>>> this list. Jason, I thought it was your responsibility to circulate
>>> materials etc ahead of Board meetings...?
>> This is my bad.
>> Given the number of bid documents we need to complete at the moment I'd like to propose moving the meeting to Tuesday 27th September at 19:00 UK time.
>> I know Rufus can do that day - would this be ok for others?
> The next Tuesday I have free is 11 October.
I can do the 11th as an alternative as well.
> Dates for board meetings
> are generally set significantly in advance in order to manage the fact
> that Board members have very busy diaries. Although I appreciate that
> there is now no value in holding the meeting tomorrow given how little
> preparation has been done, I would appreciate it if meeting dates are
> not shifted around at the last minute in future.
> Jason: Paula has been providing meeting space at her offices at the
> bfi, and we have been endeavouring to meet face to face on a quarterly
> basis, although inevitably we do end up with people dialling in. The
> details of the conference bridge we have been using are on the Board
> wiki (phone, not Skype). It would appear that you are not properly
> briefed on Board meetings - I'm happy to fill you in if you have time
> for a call on Wednesday.
> I'm happy to sit out the next Board meeting if the Board is quorate
> for 27th September, although it is James with whom I have plans that
> night, so that's another Board member who probably can't attend.
> foundation-board mailing list
> foundation-board at lists.okfn.org
Mr. Jordan S Hatcher, JD, LLM
More at: <http://www.jordanhatcher.com>
Open Knowledge: <http://www.okfn.org/>
More information about the foundation-board