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Old 01-26-2009, 11:05 AM
"Fabio M. Di Nitto"
Default Cluster IRC meeting - Monday 2nd of Feb 2pm UTC/GMT

Hi everybody,

When : Monday 2nd of Feb 2pm UTC/GMT (*)(**)
Where : irc.freenode.net #linux-cluster
Who : everybody interested is invited to participate
Agenda: http://sources.redhat.com/cluster/wiki/Meetings/2009-Feb-02

This is our second IRC meeting and it is supposed to last approx. 1
hour. Be prepared that it might last longer.

In order to give more space to open discussion please prepare yourself:

- everybody can add topics to the Agenda in the "Voice to the community"
- prepare a 5/10 lines summary for your topic before the meeting. Typing
realtime takes too long.

- How it should work -

For each item on the agenda:

- fabbione (me on IRC) will make a call on the person that should talk
about the item.
- The intersted person will copy/paste her/his own summary.
- Discussion/question on the specific item. If the discussion takes
longer than 5 minutes, we will postpone it at the end of the meeting.
This is to allow everybody to cast her/his own voice in the agenda.
The meeting moderator will call on the time.

Some golden rules:

- please respect the person that is talking and give her/him time to
complete what she/he is saying. Communication on IRC can be slow.
- Avoid to interrupt the discussion with Off-Topic items. We don't
want to use moderation powers if we can avoid it.
- if, for any reason, your internet connection drops during the meeting,
please message me and I will copy paste the last bits of the

After the meeting:

- please update the wiki for Actions (in case there are any to take)
- mail me with comments/suggestions on how was the meeting. It is
perfectly ok to say "it's really bad" but it would also be nice to
know if it was a good experience.


(*) To convert from UTC/GMT to your local time:

(**) some tools report UTC, others GMT.
For our simple usage of time, they can be considered the same.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coordinated_Universal_Time for the curious
people out there.

I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse.

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