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 +Meeting agenda - Meeting on 28/03 - 2009
  
 +Can we agree on following original meeting form?
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 +If yes then proceed to first point of order, if not then we need a discussion on how we proceed.
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 +If YES:
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 +a) Approval of last weeks writeup - each participant gives his / her say and is allowed to comment if he / she feels there are misenterpretations or other discreppancies in the writeup, or if something is amiss.
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 +A) NO LAST WRITEUP - This is a restart of the initiative.
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 +b) Follow Up - We look at the assignments undertaken at the last meeting. Have goals been met? If not then why. Goals not met are moved to e) on the assignment list for the upcoming week.
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 +B) Todo lists need to be combed
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 +c) Agenda - The agenda consists of points that participants want to discuss and have an opinion about which can be expressed in the collaboration wiki and discussed there so that the actual processing of the particular subject goes as smoothly as possible during the meeting itself.
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 +C) THERE ARE NO POINTS
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 +d) Miscellaneous - When we have reached a consensus on points a to c we proceed to discussing miscellaneous matters. Anything project related goes here and matters need no be posted beforehand.
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 +D) NO MISC. MATTERS TO DISCUSS - RESTART
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 +e) Assignments - This is a list of assignments for each team member. The assignments are handed out during the discussion of points a - d and once they are written up, each team member verifies the assignments he / she has received. 
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 +Bjarni & Einar - Must go through ToDo lists and decide on what to keep and what do loose.
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 +f) Should the next meeting follow the standard structure or do we need to impose an alternative meeting structure.
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 +If NO:
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