[Pga_europe_process] Re: pga europe winter meeting

markb at gn.apc.org markb at gn.apc.org
Thu Oct 28 17:29:03 CEST 2004


January seems good, though I don't know yet who from London would 
plan to be there,



At 1:55 pm +0200 28/10/04, shine wrote:
>january! january! january!
>seems to me listening to people on the list that the sooner the better.
>but...other people!???!
>bohnensack at vegesack.com 's virtualised vision 28/10/04 9:58:
>>  good for us!
>>  but still we need a date for this meeting and i want to repeat our
>>  suggestions for this (plus why we chose those dates - and NO it should not
>>  be a voting on those dates but we need to fix it somehow!)
>>  we were always taking the thursday as arriving date and sunday as the ending
>>  day:
>>  20-23.january (this is one week before davos and wsf - maybe some people are
>>  moving at this time anyway..)
>>  10-13.february (this is about two weeks after the wsf and davos - this would
>>  leave people time to relax or whatever between the wsf/davos and the
>>  wintermeeting)
>>  17-20 february (is again one week later and will leave even more time).
>>  for us all three dates will be ok.
>>  wob_marley
>>>  You are quite right. Funding work should start right away and we shouldn't
>>>  wait for the meeting, we should have some people working on it already so
>>>  that some proposals could be on the table at the meeting.
>>>  And as far as I know no one is on to it for the moment. I am sending this
>>>  to two people of the Asia support group, as requests to foundations should
>>>  probably come from the asian hosts. Have you already any ideas, texts,
>>>  elements for a budget or whatever?
>>>  Olivier
>>>  PS Well there were some very nice people from Australia in Cochabamba, and
>>>  it would be nice and warm in december...
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