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Re: Do we want to meet this week?

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Jonathan Reed)
Tue Sep 1 11:38:34 2009

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I'm fine with meeting anytime between 1pm and 2:30pm today.  I have  
also created release-team@conference.mit.edu, which I will be in  
during that time.


On Aug 31, 2009, at 5:38 PM, Geoffrey Thomas wrote:

> For what it's worth, I'm off all tomorrow while the startup where  
> I'm working moves apartments. Meeting another day this week would be  
> hard; meeting next Monday or Tuesday would be possible.
> We could try to have an in-person discussion about metrics (and any  
> other priority items) and defer other discussion to another forum,  
> perhaps?
> -- 
> Geoffrey Thomas
> geofft@mit.edu
> On Mon, 31 Aug 2009, Jonathan Reed wrote:
>> We had previously talked about meeting tomorrow, Sept 1, however  
>> during our usual time, I will be in 34-101 giving a presentation to  
>> the incoming grad students.   Do we:
>> a) want to meet tomorrow between 2 and 2:30?  (Exchange claims both  
>> N42-202 and 203 are free, but I disbelieve)
>> b) want to meet some other day?
>> c) meet next week?
>> d) do something clever like meet via Jabber?

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