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Hi guys, :-)

It's worth remembering that the confcall is not limited strictly to
one hour. It can end when the participants feel we've talked enough.
If ever we don't cover *everything*, then we'll simply carry on at the
next confcall - because I think we should hold them regularly, in any

I think it's important that everyone should feel free to add the items
to the agenda that they feel need to be discussed, and we'll simply
see how to cover it all.

In any case, the most important thing is that we should all do our
best to be there, and we should all do our best to come with an open
mind. ;-)

But I don't think we need to worry. Personally, I'm certain that we're
going to clear the air and sort a lot of the questions out.

I'm busy preparing a review of the work currently done on the site,
with a list of what I suggest needs to be finished, reviewed,
augmented, etc, so that people can start jumping in and working.

Obviously, we'll also be seeing how the team wants to further develop
the content during the confcall and via a wiki page.

However, I'm very keen to see people actually getting involved in the
work as soon as possible.

So I'll be posting my review in just a few hours, after a little
sleep, and I will be online on IRC and on Skype all weekend.

People without accounts and permissions on the site and who want to
work on the content will be able to get them immediately during the
weekend, and any time from now, and will be welcomed to start working
on the pages ASAP so we get them in good initial state for the 3.3
release. ;-)

I'll be posting further details to the list in a few hours, therefore. ;-)

David Nelson

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