[Noisebridge-board] Board meeting - Thursday evening?

Mitch Altman maltman23 at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 2 01:58:10 PDT 2008

I'm up for a board meeting.

I can make it anytime except tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon, since I have a=
 dentist appointment.  Lots to do otherwise (WAY LOTS!), but my time's flex=
ible around it all.



Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2008 01:35:49 -0700From: noahbalmer at gmail.comTo: board at lis=
ts.noisebridge.netSubject: Re: [Noisebridge-board] Board meeting - Thursday=
I am booked solid for the next two days. I am, however, open to discussing =
any or all of these things, either via email, phone calls with any or all o=
f you or over the weekend.  I could also go by the space briefly around lun=
chtimes if anyone wants to meet up then too.  =

On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 1:06 AM, Jacob Appelbaum <jacob at appelbaum.net> wrote:
I'd like to call a board meeting for tomorrow evening. Specifically theboar=
d and hopefully the entire board can come? Would sometime after 6 or7pm in =
the space work for everyone?Specifically, I'd like to:   1) Air all of our =
grievances of the last few days.   2) Resolve our interpersonal differences=
 if possible (it seemspossible to me).   3) Make a plan for consensus (in m=
eetings and inter-board).   4) Come up with a way to ensure meetings do not=
 introduce new topicsto be decided on the spot (per Rachel's request). Hope=
fully we can alsocome up with a format for meetings that we can all agree u=
pon (norailroading, ensuring people are heard, etc).   5) Solve the key iss=
ue to the best of our ability. I'd like to talkabout transitive trust, etc.=
   6) Discuss the process of incorporation.   7) Discuss insurance issues.C=
an everyone make that meeting? Is that possible?Best,Jake__________________=
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