[T10] T10 Plenary meeting via WebEx
Ralph.Weber at wdc.com
Mon Mar 30 07:13:34 PDT 2020
This suggestion was considered and dismissed. It seemed ridiculously unfair to put the T13 chair on such a hot-seat without his permission. All the best, .Ralph
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I suggest that we all watch how the T13 meeting in April goes to determine what the appropriate course of action should be.
T13 has scheduled 2 full days of telecon. It should be 'interesting'.
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Subject: [T10] T10 Plenary meeting via WebEx
The current Jeopardy discussion on this reflector reminds me that a few salient observations regarding T10 Plenary meetings might be worthwhile.
As many observers have noted, CAP meetings are not easily ported to WebEx.
* WebEx does not support four persons yelling at each other simultaneously.
* WebEx tends to make playing Solitaire a comparatively inconsequential distraction, compared to the dog eating one's keyboard.
* Few participants have found an eight-hour WebEx conducive to useful information transfer, with two-hour WebEx meetings frequently being cited as the functional max.
Given this background, consider the situation with a T10 Plenary.
* A two-hour T10 Plenary is considered by many (including the chair) to be excessively long.
* There is only one presenter (i.e., the vice-chair drives the projector, nee WebEx for the entire meeting).
* Aside from splitting some CAP documents into separate motions, the discussion from the floor is nil (limited primarily to making and seconding motions).
* Shouting matches are few and far between (once every 18+ months, it seems).
* Although some of the content is not spell-binding, the rapidity with which the agenda is processed limits an attendee's ability to multi-task during the brief time when the Plenary is in session.
In a nutshell, a T10 Plenary is a perfect candidate for its own (separate link) WebEx meeting.
Who knows! Maybe the May T10 Plenary success will motivate T13 to form a Working Group/Plenary pair for its meeting weeks too (i.e., devotees travel to the site, merely-interested parties connect to the Plenary WebEx).
All the best,
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