Loomio
Mon 8 Jun

2020 Social.coop Strategy Summit

MC
Matthew Cropp Public Seen by 141

At the recent meeting to discuss the formation of the Coordination Working Group, we decided that, as developing and monitoring our co-op's strategic direction will be a core task, it'd be good to launch its work with a co-op-wide strategizing process.

So, the Community Working Group Ops Team will schedule a 90 minute "strategy summit" for late summer and, in the meantime, will work to develop some asynchronous processes to collect ideas and aspirations from as many members as possible to inform the work done during the live call.

We'll use this thread for communicating logistics and sharing the ways in which members can weigh in prior to the "summit".

M

mike_hales Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
DM

David Mynors Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov

BM

benjamin melançon Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
N

Noah Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
J

John Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
MF

Mica Fisher Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov

BH

Bob Haugen Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov

Other times are too late in the day for our schedule.

MN

Matt Noyes Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
CW
Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
BM

Boris Mann Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
ED

emi do Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
AU

Ana Ulin Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov

LO

Luke Opperman Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
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Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
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Sun 8 Nov
MC

Matthew Cropp Sun 18 Oct

Wed 18 Nov
Wed 18 Nov
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Tue 17 Nov
Tue 17 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Mon 16 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Fri 13 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Wed 11 Nov
Tue 10 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Mon 9 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
Sun 8 Nov
MC

Matthew Cropp started a time poll Sun 18 Oct

Scheduling a Strategy Sessions Follow-Up Call Closed Thu 22 Oct

Outcome
by Matthew Cropp Mon 26 Oct

It looks like Wednesday, 11/11 at 4pm EST/9pm GMT will work for the most folks, so let's plan on that. I'll follow up shortly with a check poll to collect RSVPs and share the meeting link.

As a follow-up to the recent "Strategy Session" calls, we're going to aim to convene a 90 minute call in mid-November to follow up on a few of the themes that emerged from those discussions. The key agenda items identified by the CWG Operations Team include:

  • Discussion of how we should enter into alliances with other organizations, with an eye towards developing a framework into a proposal that can guide our relationships with partner organizations going forward.

  • Discussion of how to best keep members engaged with strategic conversations on an ongoing basis, and potentially developing a proposal for a regular meeting pattern.

  • Discussion of potential approaches to vetting, managing and providing new services, and how we should approach managing member access as we add them.

Please respond with the dates/times that would work best for you, and we'll aim to meet at the most mutually workable time.

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DM
BM
N
J
MF
BH
MN
CW
BM
ED
AU
LO
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Total
Sun 8 Nov, 16:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Sun 8 Nov, 17:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
6
Mon 9 Nov, 16:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10
Mon 9 Nov, 17:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
Tue 10 Nov, 16:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10
Tue 10 Nov, 19:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Tue 10 Nov, 20:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Wed 11 Nov, 16:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10
Wed 11 Nov, 17:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
Thu 12 Nov, 19:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Thu 12 Nov, 20:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Sun 15 Nov, 16:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
Sun 15 Nov, 19:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5
Sun 15 Nov, 20:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Mon 16 Nov, 16:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10
Mon 16 Nov, 19:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Mon 16 Nov, 20:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Tue 17 Nov, 17:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Tue 17 Nov, 19:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Tue 17 Nov, 20:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
MN

Matt Noyes Wed 30 Sep

Well, we had two very useful strategy discussions. The next step is to summarize the excellent notes taken by Matt C and Mica. Maybe this could be a task for the Community Working Group?

J

JohnKuti Sat 26 Sep

I'm totally overloaded at the moment with the frantic and chaotic start to a very strange academic year. But I will read the minutes from the summits with interest..

AU

Ana Ulin Thu 24 Sep

They seem to be at the bottom of the Agenda disroot pad, here: https://pad.disroot.org/p/Social.Coop_Strategy_Summit_%231

Not sure if there is a more "processed" or summarized version of the notes, @Mica Fisher might know (she took the excellent original notes).

NS

Nick Sellen Wed 23 Sep

Are there any notes/minutes from the first summit session available somewhere?

NS

Nathan Schneider Wed 23 Sep

Inspired by the glory of yesterday's summit, I have just founded the Social.coop Revolutionary Vanguard Insurgency, or #SCRVI. Please join us! https://www.loomio.org/g/Ru5jHWBU/

DM

David Mynors
Yes
Tue 22 Sep

JB

Jonathan Bean
Yes
Tue 22 Sep

LS

Leo Sammallahti
Yes
Tue 22 Sep

NS

Nick Sellen
Yes
Tue 22 Sep

C

caseyg
Yes
Fri 25 Sep

C

carlosm2
Yes
Tue 22 Sep

H

Hakanto
Yes
Tue 22 Sep

BH

Bob Haugen
Yes
Tue 22 Sep

M

mike_hales
Yes
Tue 22 Sep

MN

Matt Noyes started a check Tue 22 Sep

BBB Link for Strategy Summit -- Saturday September 26th 12pm EST Closed Sat 26 Sep

https://ca.meet.coop/b/oli-kzr-cyv-rke
If you have any trouble, please DM Matt Noyes Matt_Noyes@social.coop
Draft Agenda here: https://pad.disroot.org/p/Social.Coop_Strategy_Summit_%231

9 - Yes
JB

Jonathan Bean
Yes
Sun 20 Sep

AU

Ana Ulin
Yes
Sun 20 Sep

Z

Zee
Yes
Sun 20 Sep

PC

Patrick Connolly
Yes
Sun 20 Sep

LO

Luke Opperman
Yes
Sun 20 Sep

YK

Yasuaki Kudo
Yes
Sun 20 Sep

yes

MC

Matthew Cropp
Yes
Sun 20 Sep

MN

Matt Noyes started a check Sun 20 Sep

BBB Link for Strategy Summit -- Monday September 21st 9pm EST Closed Mon 21 Sep

https://ca.meet.coop/b/oli-kzr-cyv-rke
If you have any trouble, please DM Matt Noyes Matt_Noyes@social.coop
Draft Agenda here: https://pad.disroot.org/p/Social.Coop_Strategy_Summit_%231

7 - Yes
PC

Patrick Connolly Sun 20 Sep

No prob! Gotta give credit where due: It's derived from a Google translated version of vTaiwan's stock description, and adapted from there :)

JB

Jonathan Bean Sun 20 Sep

Thanks for sharing. I like the instructions for commenting you included in that Polis poll. Maybe we can use those too. The process you describe does seem like something that could help us with getting some much needed open-ended feedback using Polis. I think the use of the HackMD pad is also a good idea for us too to accompany the deliberations. Thanks.

PC

Patrick Connolly Sun 20 Sep

Re: Polis. I've used it for small discussions, so it's not just an "at scale" thing. Specifically, one discussion was a lengthy and dramatic mailing list thread surrounding a contentious hackspace decision. I teased the seed statements from that thread (linked in convo description), and offered this:

https://pol.is/2yscmwabsf

If you can suss the dynamics from clicking around the viz for a few minutes, then I'm glad to say I just saved you from reading 20 pages of unstructured emails :)

Note that there were 15 people who chimed in via email, and 20 who participated in the conversation. A 33% increase in participation feels significant. imho Polis really shines at async or combination sync/async via pre- or post-circulation -- ideally post-circulation, as sychronous comms in advance allows seeding the Polis convo with lots of nuance. Having 7 people in the synchronous convo is a minimum for getting the visualization to show.

Anyhow, hopefully this is helpful, but I'm fine with whatever those convening think best! (Polis is actually easy to use unofficially, just by taking notes and populating a polis conversation with seed statements, then sharing it in the last 15 minutes)

Disclaimer: I'm biased here, as I did participatory community research on g0v and vTaiwan in 2018, and now steward the weekly pol.is community calls :)

https://github.com/pol-is/polis#%EF%B8%8F-get-involved

M

mike_hales Sun 20 Sep

I suspect the people of Taiwan were much more sussed and better organised than the membership of social.coop, when it comes to strategy. Also, far more numerous.

JB

Jonathan Bean Sun 20 Sep

I thought that the way the people at vTaiwan made their government would be a good model for us to follow. Some of the methods described in the Exit to Community: Distributed Governance | Media Enterprise Design Lab | University of Colorado Boulder Webinar with @Nathan Schneider were effective in organizing their new Democracy. In Particular I think the use of the advanced AI analysis polling platform called Polis was effective for rational deliberation at scale - Polis -

I would like to know what everyone feels and thinks about using such processes for our strategy summit.

Here is the summary of the webinar by E2C.

Check out the webinar if you haven't already or again if you have maybe.

Exit to Community: Distributed Governance | Media Enterprise Design Lab | University of Colorado Boulder

What does everyone think about the processes used by vTaiwan to form their government and its relevance to informing our collaborative strategizing processes? 🙂

I could set up a poll on Pol.is for the question of what our purposes and strategies should be and everyone could put in their statements and everyone could vote on them. The analysis and process with Polis smart polls seem to be more informative than regular polls and could yield useful conclusions and data to inform our summit processes.

MB

Manuela Bosch Thu 10 Sep

Unfortunately I am occupied both days of the summit! Thank you so much for putting this all together and for everyone who will take the time and join. I am looking forward to hear about the outcome.

H

Hakanto Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)

Interested in (among everything else) talking about the concept that Social.coop could take on an intermediary role between Meet.coop and other co-ops (who maybe can't afford Meet.coop directly). Co-ops could get access to some Meet.coop services through their Social.coop membership, and it would be a incentive for co-ops to bring more of their social media activity onto Mastodon.

CW
12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
M

mike_hales Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)

Almost a year ago I filed some thoughts on social.coop strategy. I think they still apply (hmmnn, a story there?). Consider these as topic suggestions.

MN

Matt Noyes Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
IB

Ivana Balazevic Thu 10 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)

PC

Patrick Connolly Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
D

D Thu 10 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)

MF

Mica Fisher Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
BM

benjamin melançon Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
JB

Jonathan Bean Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)

Z

Zee Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)

I can make either of these times work.

NS

Nathan Schneider Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
JD

Josh Davis Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)

C

caseyg Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)

DM

David Mynors Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
EM

Erik Moeller Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
ED

emi do Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
ES

Ed Summers Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)

I signed up for both because I can do either one . I'll probably attend the one that has the most attendees.

AU

Ana Ulin Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)

LO

Luke Opperman Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
DVN

Dave V. ND9JR Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
LS

Leo Sammallahti Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
N

Noah Wed 9 Sep

9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)

i'm a very weak maybe for 9/26 but a definite yes for 9/21.

MC

Matthew Cropp Wed 9 Sep

12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
MC

Matthew Cropp started a poll Wed 9 Sep

RSVP for one (or both!) of the social.coop Strategy Summits Closed Thu 17 Sep

The Community Working Group Operations Team will be facilitating two "Strategy Summit" events to discuss the future path of our project. The facilitators will be meeting next week to flesh out the agenda a bit more, but the goal is to have a bit of an unconference style dynamic with topics collected beforehand and at the beginning guiding the discussion.

So please RSVP for one (or both!) of the sessions via this poll, and add any topics you'd like to add to the list via a comment on your poll response.

We'll post additional details, including video call links, as the event draws closer.

17 - 9pm Monday 9/21 EDT (1am Tuesday 9/22 GMT)
15 - 12pm Saturday 9/26 EDT (4pm GMT)
MC

Matthew Cropp
Yes
Thu 13 Aug

Formalizing our organizational structure, vision for additional services and an expanded purpose.

NS

Nick Sellen
Yes
Thu 13 Aug

(unsure if I can make the summit) it would seem very useful to get a clear idea of what social.coop actually is - variously it's described as:

  • "A coop-run corner of the fediverse"

  • "The social network of the future"

  • "an experiment in user-controlled social media"

  • "a community hub for people interested in co-ops"

Z

Zee
Yes
Sun 16 Aug

I’d like to get a better idea of how we can support mutual aid efforts led by Black and Brown people through social.coop dues/activities.

M

mike_hales
Yes
Thu 13 Aug

  • Is social.coop just a coop-run Mastodon instance? Or does it aim to be a community of insights and knowhow on radical coop practice?

  • Does the social.coop platform need more tools than Mastodon to meet its purpose?

  • Is tool hosting affected by the social.coop decision on meet.coop?

  • How does this bear on the admin work of the Mastodon instance?

CD

Clayton Dewey
Yes
Thu 13 Aug

I would like to talk about ways we can both better support and bring more transparency to the tech team and the moderator team.


I'd also like to discuss ways we might foster more community within the social.coop instance itself.

Thanks to all who are organizing the summit, I'm excited for it!

YK

Yasuaki Kudo
Yes
Thu 13 Aug

what time?

MF

Mica Fisher started a check Thu 13 Aug

What would you like to discuss at the social.coop strategy summit? Closed Thu 20 Aug

Please include your ideas in the comment section of your vote!

While planning the summit, we are starting with a blank canvas. After we collect some ideas from this thread, we will group them into several discussion themes that people can talk about in smaller groups, taking notes and reporting back to the whole group, like in the Open Space Technology approach.

6 - Yes
0 - No
N

Noah Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
MSC
Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
SJ

Sophie Jerram Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
ED

emi do Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
MC

Matthew Cropp Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep

JB

Jonathan Bean Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep

Z

Zee Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep

Wed/Fri/Tue are my main client days. Sat is the day I get to spend with partner/family

M

mike_hales Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep

DM

David Mynors Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep

I don't finish work until 5:30 UTC+1, so I'd be much more able to do a midweek option if it started 30-60 minutes later

D

Django Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
NS

Nathan Schneider Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
C

carlosm2 Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
C

caseyg Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
DC

Derek Caelin Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
MN

Matt Noyes Thu 30 Jul

Sun 27 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Sat 26 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Fri 25 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Thu 24 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Wed 23 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Tue 22 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Mon 21 Sep
Sun 20 Sep
MF

Mica Fisher started a time poll Thu 30 Jul

What time could you attend our 2020 Strategy Summit? Closed Thu 6 Aug

Outcome
by Mica Fisher Thu 13 Aug

To accommodate the most people, there will be two sessions:

Monday, September 21 at 21:00 ET

Saturday, September 26 at 12:00 ET

Sorry I couldn't find two times that worked for everyone!

September 20-26 was the best week for most people in the previous poll. Now let's find a time. Mark everything you can attend. We are considering holding two slots to accommodate for different timezones.

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MSC
ED
MC
JB
Z
M
DM
D
NS
C
C
DC
MN
Total
Sun 20 Sep, 12:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Sun 20 Sep, 21:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
Mon 21 Sep, 12:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Mon 21 Sep, 21:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10
Tue 22 Sep, 12:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Tue 22 Sep, 21:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Wed 23 Sep, 12:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Wed 23 Sep, 21:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Thu 24 Sep, 12:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
Thu 24 Sep, 21:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
6
Fri 25 Sep, 12:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Fri 25 Sep, 21:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7
Sat 26 Sep, 12:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
Sat 26 Sep, 21:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
MC

Matthew Cropp Sun 26 Jul

Sept 27-Oct 3
Sept 20-26

KT

KC Terry Tue 21 Jul

Sept 27-Oct 3
JB

Jonathan Bean Tue 21 Jul

Sept 27-Oct 3
Sept 20-26
Sept 13-19
Sept 6-12

ED

emi do Tue 21 Jul

Sept 27-Oct 3
Sept 20-26
Sept 13-19
SJ

Sophie Jerram Mon 20 Jul

Sept 13-19

SJK

Stephanie Jo Kent Mon 20 Jul

Sept 13-19
FSF

Felipe Schmidt Fonseca Mon 20 Jul

Sept 20-26
M

mike_hales Mon 20 Jul

Sept 20-26

Time zone wise, am Mountain Time is good for BST/CEST evening