RE: [gnso-rapimpl-dt] Matrix summary
- To: "'Mike O'Connor'" <mike@xxxxxxxxxx>, <gnso-rapimpl-dt@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [gnso-rapimpl-dt] Matrix summary
- From: "Greg Aaron" <gaaron@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 21:27:56 -0400
Hi, Mikey. Thanks again. BTW, I think the summary sheet is missing Mary's
input. Her spreadsheet hit the list 3:35 p.m. Eastern on Friday.
From: Mike O'Connor [mailto:mike@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2010 4:32 PM
Subject: [gnso-rapimpl-dt] Matrix summary
thanks for your work on the matrix! i've stapled them all together in this
cast your eyes along the bottom of the spreadsheet -- there's a tab for each
of your responses, and then a tab that summarizes each of the columns.
while our "sequence" result is a little choppy, the rest of the columns show
substantial areas of agreement.
here's a thought -- take a look at the various "results" tabs and
familiarize yourself with our answers. take note of the areas where you
disagree with the prevailing view and determine which ones you feel strongly
about vs those which you are comfortable with changing your choice. either
is fine -- that's what this consensus thing is all about. but it would be
nice to have you think about that a bit in advance of the meeting.
then we'll breeze through the tabs to the right of "sequence", see if we can
get pretty close to agreement on the "non-sequence" stuff, figure out how to
handle the issues that came up when we were filling out the "sequence"
column and send ourselves off for a second go at the matrix next week. i
bet we get really close to agreement after that round.
the spreadsheet may whine at you about "external links" when it opens. you
can select the "ignore" choice if it does.