I'm very glad that you use our chat room, that's great!
Generally, it's not being used, so there shouldn't be any conflict at
all, and if there ever was, I think it would be easy to resolve.
But it's good to post notes via these web pages:
(change the line * News = ... )
(change the lines *
ChatLeader = ... and * ChatLeaderMessage = ... )
Yes, Sasha or Fred or others can help.
Pamela McLean wrote:
> Hi Andrius
> The First Thursday chats seem to be taking on a bit of a life of their
> own - and people are asking to meet there on other Thursdays as well.
> You know what it is like when people are online ( how it is best to
> just go ahead and decide something before they all scatter.)
> I have agreed extra meetings - but I don't want to just "assume" it is
> okay to use the chatroom on extra Thursdays without asking you. Is it
> okay to arrange extra meetings when people ask - or would you prefer
> we just stick to once a month? Will it continue to be okay to meet in
> teh chat room - I know you were re-thinking various things when we
> were in Vienna.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: *Pamela McLean* <pamela.mclean@...
> Date: 15 April 2010 00:39
> Subject: Third Thursday - April 15th - twitter in the chat room
> (again) <mailto:post@...>
> Hi Vijay, Dary, Sasha, Fred, Popoola and Fola
> Quick update ref extra twitter learners session. As you know, we had a
> twitter learning session last Thursday but John (I) and others from
> Nigeria were not able to attend. Today straight after the Wednesday
> Dadamac UK-Nigeria team meeting, we had a "mini tutorial". We decided
> to continue tomorrow in the chat room - same time and "place" as our
> usual First Thursdays (see end of the email for details).
> Although Andy and Kezia can't be there, I believe we have a reasonable
> amount of experience now, between ourselves, to have a useful one-hour
> skill-sharing session. I realise it will probably just be the people
> who were at today's mind-tutorial who can attend - but I wanted to try
> to give you all at least some chance of attending as well.
> *Meet and greet times*
> If you do come to the twitter session you will get most out of it if
> you are there from the start. We will try to allocate an hour for
> talking about twitter. Of course - meeting and greeting people and
> just chatting is part of the pleasure of the chatroom, so if you want
> to have a general chat with anyone please arrive early, or stay on
> afterwards. We want to keep the main session for the main topic -
> *Essential information*
> *Date:*Thursday April 15th.
> *Time:* I have put the local start times below for the places that
> "Thursday people" are most likely to log in from.
> 08.00 EDT Eastern Daylight Time
> 12.00 GMT/UTC Greenwich Mean Time/Coordinated Universal Time
> 13.00 WAT West African Time
> 13.00 BST British Summer Time
> 14.00 CEST – Central European Summer Time
> 15.00 EAT East African Time
> 15.00 EEST East European Summer Time
> 17.30 IST (Delhi - for Vijay)
> 20.00 MYT (Kuala Lumpur for Dary)
> *Logging on* - log on at http://www.worknets.org/chat/base/ If you
> are new then this additional information on using the chatroom
> may be helpful.
> *Thanks again to Andrius for use of the chat room - and sorry I can't
> remember how to update my info in the chat room to say I am leading
> the chat. Fred or Sasha - could you help me out?