Thread Subject: Re: Communications Task Force Conference Call
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From: Jim Tobias
Date: Fri, Oct 13 2006 10:50 AM
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thanks, jared -- that all sounds good. i know there will be subcommittee
chairs who do not want to manipulate the calendar.
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> From: Jared Smith [mailto: = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = ]
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> To: TEITAC Communications Task Force
> Subject: Re: [teitac-tools] Communications Task Force Conference Call
> On 10/13/06, Bailey Bruce wrote:
> > > Tim, we'll be looking for your draft message to the
> committee today.
> > I understood the tasking to be rather in the other
> direction! To that
> > end, I have started a DRAFT:
> > http://teitac.org/wiki/Draft_from_Tools_ConCall
> > I left out a bunch of our recommendations, it is already
> long, and I
> > worry about the more important items being drowned out.
> I made a few changes to the draft message. Undo as necessary.
> I propose that this message be sent only to the main
> committee mailing list, then posted prevalently on the web
> sites. This will avoid duplication of sending it to multiple
> lists. This info is primarily for committee members anyways,
> not the public.
> - I made some changes to the wording about the committee mailing list.
> There is not a very clear method for ensuring that only
> committee members are allowed on the committee mailing list.
> If someone subscribes, I have no way of knowing if they are
> someone new to the committee or not. I propose that if
> organizations must inform Jim and Mike of committee changes,
> that they (Jim and Mike) ensure that the list at
> http://teitac.org/wiki/Committee_members is kept up-to-date.
> I will use that as a guide for allowing subscriptions to the
> list. I'm not overly concerned about a few extra people being
> on the list, unless they use the list to send needless
> messages to the committee. I could set that list to be
> moderated to filter out noise. Thoughts on this?
> - I added Mike and the the Access Board staff to those who
> can add calendar events.
> - I propose that we make calendar administration available to
> subcommittee cochairs if they desire, but do not require them
> to do so.
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