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Re: [Debconf-team] DebConf10 decision process?

Sorry for the delay.

This timeline sound ok for me too.

Acording to olger, we need work in http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf9/Meetings for the next meeting.


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--- El dom 4-ene-09, Ari Pollak <aripollak@gmail.com> escribió:

> De: Ari Pollak <aripollak@gmail.com>
> Asunto: Re: DebConf10 decision process?
> A: "Jimmy Kaplowitz" <jimmy@debian.org>
> Cc: debconf-team@lists.debconf.org, "Hector Colina" <hector_colina@yahoo.com>, "Debian NYC list" <debiannyc@vireo.org>
> Fecha: domingo, 4 enero, 2009, 12:04 am
> On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 5:39 PM, Jimmy Kaplowitz
> <jimmy@debian.org> wrote:
> > I am hesitant to propose any detailed process for how
> we should decide, since I
> > am one of the people leading the NYC bid and I
> don't want to have the process
> > appear or actually be biased. I'll just say that,
> if there is going to be only
> > one decision meeting, late February would be a good
> time, and if there are
> > multiple meetings, spreading them out through February
> (and late January if
> > necessary) would make sense. This will allow all bids
> to gather additional bits
> > of data, such as the price specifics the NYC bid is
> currently gathering and the
> > MIT faculty sponsor the Boston bid is working on.
> This timeline sounds okay to me. We already have faculty
> sponsors at
> MIT, but we're just waiting to get some cost &
> logistics estimates
> from conference services (everyone has been on winter
> break).
> It's probably a good thing that the 3(?) bids are all
> in similar time
> zones, as scheduling meetings should be simple.

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