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 +====== Summary of meeting january 26 - 2005 ======
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 +The meeting started early already at about 18:45 FO Time, with a quick review of the new site.
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 +The conclusion was that things seemed to be in order so far, and that every effort should be made to continue building on the current positive developments.
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 +Due to the work situation of certain team members it was agreed to push several tasks into the future as there has been no spare time for particular members in which to complete the tasks. 
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 +For the same reason the weekly meeting was kept brief.
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 +The only matter discussed in any depth was the pursuit of greater transparency with regards to the financial matters of The Global Ability Initiative, and it was decided that from 2006 an annual fiscal report will be placed on the homepage on a returning basis.
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 +Furthermore it was decided that if a team member completes his/her assignments the team member should be encouraged to approach the respective fellow team members in charge of each development area and offer assistance, that is if the member who has completed his/her tasks feels up to taking on the extra work.
  
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