User talk for Kathey...
Bilaws changes, FG Council transition and new board of directors
Notes from meeting with Paul@freegeek.org about process, structure and content of the new Annual Town Hall Meetings.
|time 0||convening the meeting||facilitator||introduce the agenda and groundrules, including brevity and "voice only" roles||focusing room attention|
|x min||Q & A||c||d||e|
|x min||Nominee Introductions||c||d||e|
|x min||after-lunch milling around||c||d||the feel of a cocktail party with relaxed, but serious discussion sans alcohol|
|x min||reconvene the plenum||c||d||e|
|x min||small group discussion||c||d||e|
|x min||short break||c||d||e|
|4 hours since start||opening ballot box||c||cutting ribbon||e|
My sense from reading wiki pages....
Are there too many categories? Maybe some of the advantages of having categories get lost when there are too many? Or maybe like an index, the important thing is being able to look up categories, whether or not you can see them all on one page.
--kathey 01:03, 17 June 2009 (UTC)
How I edit wiki pages
When I add category tags, or create a new category (like Category:Space Use), I select the check box "This is a minor edit". And I am doing a lot of categorizing! So if you want to check out my changes to pages, it may be easier to filter out these minor edits. If my edits change meaning, I am not calling them minor edits. For example, when I save this comment, I will not call it a minor edit, because it adds meaningful content. --ks 19:10, 19 June 2009 (UTC)