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On 6/15/11 11:44 AM, wrote:

Secondly I would not be in favor of a Friday afternoon time for a meeting, at least not on any 
ongoing basis, though i could see where from time to time it might be convienent.

I agree about Friday afternoon not being a good time, as it's just before the week end and the good season calls for different tasks at that time. I simply expressed my preferences for the time being, i.e. until the end of July (when I will hopefully be able to rest a while).

Finally, @Marc I would take direct acception to the idea that it is obvious that Italo should be 
present at these meetings. He is welcome to attend if he chooses, but these are not marketing 
meetings per so, they hopefully will form the basis for a North America group. This group would be 
concerned with all aspects of the project, help with developing, with QA, Documentation, end user 
support and marketing.

As I have not been able to make the last meeting, I would like to start a discussion on the mailing list about some actions that we can undertake to grow the NA community.

I have created the item in my TDF todo list, and I will try to draft a few ideas during the week end.

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