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meetings:how_meetings_are_run [2018/03/09 17:58]
polyzen [How meetings are run] Replace Riseup with HackMD
meetings:how_meetings_are_run [2020/10/15 18:49] (current)
netsysfire [Moderators] - added FIXME about zodbot
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 IRC meetings are held in the channel on the second Saturday of every month at 16:00 UTC. (To convert that to your local time, run ''%%date -d '16:00 UTC'%%''. You can get the current time in UTC with ''date -u''.) IRC meetings are held in the channel on the second Saturday of every month at 16:00 UTC. (To convert that to your local time, run ''%%date -d '16:00 UTC'%%''. You can get the current time in UTC with ''date -u''.)
 +If a meeting has to be rescheduled, it will be held on the next available Sunday.
  
 There are a number of things people can help with to run a meeting. The most important are the meeting minutes for which any number of people can help write. There are a number of things people can help with to run a meeting. The most important are the meeting minutes for which any number of people can help write.
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 ===== Moderators ===== ===== Moderators =====
  
-The moderator runs the meeting and directs the flow of discussion through the agenda items. She says when the meeting starts and when it ends (with demarcating messages like "========== Meeting Has Begun ==========").+The moderator runs the meeting and directs the flow of discussion through the agenda items. She says when the meeting starts and when it ends (with demarcating messages like "========== Meeting Has Begun =========="). FIXME We can use zodbot for this now
  
 It is important for the moderator to be mindful of the time. Ideally the meeting should run for one hour or less. They should never exceed two hours. Some agenda items may have to be dropped to keep the meeting from being too long. The moderator is free to choose at her discretion which ones. Most likely they will be deferred to a future meeting or discussion on the mailing list. It is important for the moderator to be mindful of the time. Ideally the meeting should run for one hour or less. They should never exceed two hours. Some agenda items may have to be dropped to keep the meeting from being too long. The moderator is free to choose at her discretion which ones. Most likely they will be deferred to a future meeting or discussion on the mailing list.

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