[Space] Meetings

Christopher Lincoln cclinco at gmail.com
Tue Mar 30 14:35:00 PDT 2010


We should definitely try to do the meetings.  With Yuri's night next weekend
we need figure out what we want to present (and rebuild the nose cone so it
will look nice again), and we should also look into what we want on the next
launch.

Things will be moving slowly as we will not have the next few weekends, but
I want to keep this project alive and having at least a short meeting will
help.

Christopher


On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 1:51 PM, Mikolaj Habryn <dichro at rcpt.to> wrote:

> Are we doing this meeting today and next week, given that we won't have
> meetings on the Sundays either side of them? (or to put it another way, do
> we have a hiatus, and how long will it be?)
>
> m.
>
> On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 12:35 PM, Christopher Lincoln <cclinco at gmail.com>wrote:
>
>> Quick note about the Spacebridge meetings.  We are currently scheduled to
>> have meetings on Sunday at 18:00.  While this is great for the majority of
>> our needs, but this launch has highlighted some organizational improvements
>> that can be made, so a check in meeting as been added for Tuesdays at 20:30
>> (right after the Noisebridge meeting)
>>
>> The goal for this meeting is to ask the following questions.
>>  - How far along are we on our payload projects?
>>  - Does anybody need collaboration or assistance from anybody else?
>>  - Is any task getting blocked by any other task?
>>  - Do we still think we will make our launch date?
>>
>> And on the Tuesday prior to our launch
>>  - Has everything been completed and tested?
>>  - Has the payload been assembled and weighed?
>>  - Are we confirming our launch date?
>>
>>
>> Also please note that we will *not* be having the Sunday Spacebridge
>> meeting today, because of the launch yesterday, next Sunday because of
>> Easter, and the following Sunday because of Yuri's night.
>>
>>
>> Christopher
>>
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