RE: Question about OS expert duties
Hey....wadda I do!!!!!
Concur with Andre...excellent meeting. When we can get that many busy folks
from such diverse organizations together....that's is saying something.
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From: Frech, Andre (ISSAtlanta) [mailto:AFrech@ISS.NET]
Sent: Thursday, November 04, 1999 5:20 PM
Subject: Question about OS expert duties
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Steve and Dave,
First of all, kudos for a great meeting. This was the first time I
participated on the remote end of a teleconference, and believe it
went very well and was quite productive.
I have two people in mind for the Solaris and Windows NT experts, but
before I pass their names on to the group, the candidates would like
to know what their responsibilities would be in the ~3 hours/week
timeslot I told them they would need to allocate. Do they need to
actively monitor the mailing list, attend the meetings, or can they
just be a resource we pipe things to when their input is essential?
Now, with respect to comments during the teleconference, there is
also this issue about continuing board membership for Mike Prosser...
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