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Commission meeting 14 December 2006 5 pm SLT

Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2006 8:15 am
by Justice Soothsayer
The Commission will meet at the Pratorium in Colonia Nova at 5 pm SLT on Thursday, December 16th.


Agenda

1) Review results of first round balloting
2) Consider content of second round ballot

Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2006 9:29 am
by Ashcroft Burnham
Um... the 16th of December is Friday. And 5PM SLT is 1AM GMT - can you fix it at a time that is convenient for those who live in Europe as well as the US, please?

Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2006 10:29 am
by Beathan
I also am unlikely to make this. I have a client meeting that will likely run late -- as at least part of it will be spent discussing strategizing about litigation concerning a failing public sewage treatment plant while watching the Seahawks play San Francisco.

Beathan

Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2006 10:36 am
by Diderot Mirabeau
[quote="Ashcroft Burnham":3b9gweuw]Um... the 16th of December is Friday.[/quote:3b9gweuw]
In the year that I'm in December 16th is a Saturday. :wink:

I think the dilemma with settling on a US&EU compatible time is that the commission would like to give input to the RA meeting on Saturday.

Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2006 10:47 am
by Beathan
I'm fairly sure that this meeting is intended to be tonight. The initial ballot -- setting the general direction of the Commission -- is due to Moon at 5:00 SLT tonight. I believe that the purpose of this meeting is to cast that ballot in person (if anyone wants to do so -- they don't have to) and to discuss it, and any thigns that follow immediately from it, so that the RA can receive a progress report at their regular Saturday meeting.

At least, that's what I assumed when I oberved that I have a conflict tonight. Further, the name of this thread, and the statement at the bottom of the ballot, confirm this assumption.

Beathan

Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2006 11:04 am
by Ranma Tardis
[quote="Ashcroft Burnham":2g9bxlsi]Um... the 16th of December is Friday. And 5PM SLT is 1AM GMT - can you fix it at a time that is convenient for those who live in Europe as well as the US, please?[/quote:2g9bxlsi]

This is schedule for those citizens located within North America and not just the United States. At least 2 of our citizens are located within Canada.

Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2006 11:34 am
by Justice Soothsayer
meeting today, thurs Dec. 14, 5 pm, first time ballot results are available and deadline for our inital input. We will also meet Fri at 1 pm as well w Moons consent.