Re: [council] Working in the wee small hours
- To: Philip Sheppard <philip.sheppard@xxxxxx>, "'Council GNSO'" <council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [council] Working in the wee small hours
- From: Stéphane Van Gelder <stephane.vangelder@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 12:25:18 +0200
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Splitting up responsibilities is a good solution.
However, in practical terms it does mean that the same people (ie those in
the ³right² geographical regions) tend to end up doing the work. That is
unless meetings are scheduled, not only based on their contents, but also on
the time zones of their participants. What I mean is that we could for
example alternate meeting schedules for DTs and WGs where one week is
Europe/USA time and the next is Asia Pac...
Le 18/08/09 12:00, « Philip Sheppard » <philip.sheppard@xxxxxx> a écrit :
> The issue raised by Adrian and commented on by Stephane is not new.
> To my mind the best solution is division of responsibilities.
> The only meeting where we should all be present is Council - all others are
> optional. It should be sufficient to have a colleague representing an interest
> on other groups.
> This may mean we have to consider a move from always a global optimal time to
> a regional optimal time for certain issues.
> Another approach is to be more efficient, talk less, act more and have less