On Fri, 2022-10-28 at 17:42 -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
> Hey folks!
> The more attentive among you may have noticed I've had a kinda
> unofficial policy of holding the QA meetings every other week for a
> while. We just don't seem to have as much to discuss/debate as maybe we
> did five or six years ago. I choose to see this as a positive sign that
> everything is working smoothly, but maybe others disagree? I dunno.
> Anyway, it seems a bit silly that we still notionally schedule a
> meeting every week but I almost always cancel half of them. So I'm
> proposing we make it official that we only meet every *other* week.
> This would save sending out cancellation notices and manually canceling
> the event in the calendar every other week.
> What do folks think? Makes sense? Or would you rather we really do meet
> every week and find more things to argue about? Or do you hate meetings
> and wish we only did one a year? :D
Hey again folks. So the response to this was positive, and I've decided
to go ahead and implement it. I unfortunately had to delete and re-
create the calendar.fedoraproject.org entry for the meeting, as
changing its recurrence to every 14 days didn't seem to work properly.
So if you had any kind of subscription for that entry, you'll have to
set it up for the new one - sorry.
I counted the meeting on November 14 as the first meeting in the new
every-other-week era, so the next meeting will be November 28. I will
not send a cancellation mail for November 21st, but I'm sending this
mail to test-announce to make sure folks are aware of the new era :)
I'll also update the wiki page to explain things.
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