I dialed into the same number I dial into every month - I was the first
one there apparently. Then Italo said hello, followed by the system
stating that Lecture mode was engaged. I then went to IRC and posted
same. The system then let myself and Charles enter the room - but
apparently no one else.
Italo posted some minutes of the meeting to the ML vs the wiki later
that day. I responded on the ML with some updates. I suppose those
emails should go to the wiki for minutes of the meeting, but Italo or I
could do that.
So - I am simply asking if the hour long conversation that took place
between the three of us was recorded.
On Wed, 2011-06-29 at 16:07 +0200, Florian Effenberger wrote:
Now I'm confused. I thought the room was closed and didn't work at all?
Which room did you dial in?
drew wrote on 2011-06-29 13.59:
Sorry - I do understand now that one must be precise when asking for
So again - Was a recording of the meeting, attended by myself and two
steering committee members, recorded. Just yes or no please.
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