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Renaissance: meeting schedule, venue, agendas, minutes, action items, transcripts

Graham Perrin
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Following yesterday's meeting I made some changes to
<http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Renaissance:Status_Meetings>

Thanks to whoever added the minutes etc. of yesterday's meeting :) — Martin Damboldt, I guess.

During the meeting,

> (16:18:02) lizm: We could have "open" AIs, but then how do people
> know they can just offer to take them on?

> (16:18:38) lizm: -->grahamperrin: what do you think would work best?

I'm thinking/working on that and will offer something to list in due course.

In the meantime:

1. A search of the Project for action items <http://ux.openoffice.org/servlets/Search?scope=project&resultsPerPage=40&query=action+items&Button=Go> fails to find the required action items in their various places, I guess that this is a casualty of <http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=98765>.

2. Are Renaissance status meeting action items e.g. <http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Renaissance:Status_Meetings:2009-01-26#Action_Items> and <http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Renaissance:Status_Meetings:2009-02-02#Action_Items

a) a superset of Renaissance Project action items

b) a subset of project action items

c) simply complementary?

TIA
Graham
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Re: Renaissance: meeting schedule, venue, agendas, minutes, action items, transcripts

Andreas Bartel
Hi Graham,

very nice work! I have one tiny suggestion. Could you please put the  
most recent logs on top e.g. 2009 Feb.? Otherwise you would need to  
scroll down a lot when the page grows over time.

Many thanks!
Andreas

Am 03.02.2009 um 10:51 schrieb Graham Perrin:

>
> Following yesterday's meeting I made some changes to
> <http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Renaissance:Status_Meetings>
>
> Thanks to whoever added the minutes etc. of yesterday's meeting :) —  
> Martin
> Damboldt, I guess.
>
> During the meeting,
>
>> (16:18:02) lizm: We could have "open" AIs, but then how do people
>> know they can just offer to take them on?
>
>> (16:18:38) lizm: -->grahamperrin: what do you think would work best?
>
> I'm thinking/working on that and will offer something to list in due  
> course.
>
> In the meantime:
>
> 1. A search of the Project for action items
> <http://ux.openoffice.org/servlets/Search?scope=project&resultsPerPage=40&query=action+items&Button=Go 
> >
> fails to find the required action items in their various places, I  
> guess
> that this is a casualty of
> <http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=98765>.
>
> 2. Are Renaissance status meeting action items e.g.
> <http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Renaissance:Status_Meetings:2009-01-26#Action_Items 
> >
> and
> <http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Renaissance:Status_Meetings:2009-02-02#Action_Items 
> >
>
> a) a superset of
> http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Renaissance#Project_Action_Items
> Renaissance Project action items
>
> b) a subset of project action items
>
> c) simply complementary?
>
> TIA
> Graham
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Re: Renaissance: meeting schedule, venue, agendas, minutes, action items, transcripts

Graham Perrin
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Andreas Bartel wrote
most recent logs on top e.g. 2009 Feb.?
2009 is now above 2008.

Otherwise you would need to scroll down a lot when the page grows over time.
Table of contents negates the need to scroll :)

A question: can the wiki present an un-numbered table of contents?

(2.1 2009 is not the best way to present the year 2009; it could be mistaken for January or February, depending on your locale.)
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Re: Renaissance: meeting schedule, venue, agendas, minutes, action items, transcripts

Andreas Bartel
Thanks!

Graham Perrin schrieb:

> Andreas Bartel wrote:
>  
>> most recent logs on top e.g. 2009 Feb.?
>>
>>    
>
> 2009 is now above 2008.
>
>
>
>  
>> Otherwise you would need to scroll down a lot when the page grows over
>> time.
>>
>>    
>
> Table of contents negates the need to scroll :)
>  
you would think :-) For that, it is required to look at the table of
contents, read, recall what you were actually looking for, find it, and
then act. Way to much cognitive effort ;-) When the page is not that
long, scrolling leads to the desired place a lot quicker. I think that
this phenomenon is comparable to "using a map" vs. "I just start driving
and figure out later where to go exactly" :-)
> A question: can the wiki present an un-numbered table of contents?
>  
Can't help, unfortunately. Not a wiki master, never be :-(
> (2.1 2009 is not the best way to present the year 2009; it could be mistaken
> for January or February, depending on your locale.)
>  

Now off to lunch!
Andreas

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Re: Renaissance: meeting schedule, venue, agendas, minutes, action items, transcripts

Mathias Michel
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On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 11:32 AM, Graham Perrin <[hidden email]>wrote:

>
>
> Andreas Bartel wrote:
> >
> > most recent logs on top e.g. 2009 Feb.?
> >
>
> 2009 is now above 2008.
>


As for the standard ux6-meetings minutes, cool.


> A question: can the wiki present an un-numbered table of contents?
>
> (2.1 2009 is not the best way to present the year 2009; it could be
> mistaken
> for January or February, depending on your locale.)
>
I don't think so. Titles are meant to be numbered :-). We may find a hack to
remove numbering, but will the wiki admins install it, that's another deal.

Mathias