[Baypiggies] Meeting job policy
Tung Wai Yip
tungwaiyip at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 22 18:39:42 CET 2006
I won't recommend we being too strict to ban pre-meeting announcement.
After meeting is not the time to get people's attention. Maybe a founder
have something cool to say. Maybe someone want to recruit volunteers for
some OSS projects or some functions. We don't want to miss out entirely.
I suggest the host should have discretion for some 5 minutes of
pre-meeting announcements. If there are 5 recruiters in line give them 1
minute each (or maybe just 45 seconds each). This is actually a good thing
because it will force them to cut the crap and give the best line if it
worths our attention.
> [taking off ADMIN tag -- there's a relationship between the list and the
> meetings, of course, but I feel less appropriate declaring meeting
> policy by fiat, especially given that I haven't been to one in months!]
> On Tue, Mar 21, 2006, Dennis Reinhardt wrote:
>> While we are maximizing here, maybe we can control these announcements
>> the meetings themselves.
> That sounds like a good idea. Perhaps the simplest approach is to have
> job announcements after the meeting, so that anyone who wants to ignore
> them can leave?
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