Ed, I'm not opposed to such a meeting (just personally don't think it's
necessary, especially since it's possible that not everyone who
submitted a location proposal will be attending the conference). My
primary concern was that it might take over times established for other
conference events, like breakout sessions. I don't know if anyone else
sees that as a possible issue.
Do you have a proposal for when such a caucus might happen during the
Edward Corrado wrote:--
> Michael J. Giarlo said the following on 02/20/2008 10:35 AM:
>>On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 10:05 AM, Emily Lynema <emily_lyn...@ncsu.edu> wrote:
>>> If we've done fine voting online in the past (and I think we have), I
> Well, in the past is once. And since the conference hasn't happened yet,
> Also, nothing in my idea said we weren't going to vote online. In fact
>>Indeed. I'm sure many of us have more pressing things to attend to,
> Why I am sure there other pressing things, and some more important to
>>Here's a naive proposal on how to proceed:
>>* Collect proposals until midnight Pacific Daylight Time;
>>I will work with Ross to get all of the proposals into the
>>Comments? Questions? +1s? -1s?
> I still like the idea of a meeting in person. Kind of like a caucus idea
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