LO-Meeting in The Netherlands - Cast your votes LO28398

From: Jan Lelie (janlelie@wxs.nl)
Date: 05/03/02

Replying to LO28386 --

ShaLOm to you too, and you, and you,

A few people took the time to write a few ideas, perhaps 5. So far I've
had a few responses on the evaluation. (If you do not understand the page
http://www.mindatwork.nl/LO-Meeting_Evalution_clusters.html, please mail
me your questions. If you do not agree on the cluster/item: feel free to
add one or two in the "No vote" area).

If you want to have pictures of the participants other than the ones i
took, then i think Rick will have to set something up; a kind of Intro
with pictures. I've been working at setting up a web-cam and the first
part seems to work. Now an easy way to publish and we can shortly see each
other working on the messages. The biggest problem is the time delay: it
takes about twenty seconds to be transferred. Maybe i have to set up an
own server.

See you (!),


Judy Tal wrote:

> Shalom Dear Jan,
> Thank you for all the effort you put into organising this meeting while I
> stayed in the Netherlands.
> I'll speak for myself, but I'm confident that Leo will support my
> subjective (;-) view point with facts ...
> In no time you fully computerised Leo's Kitchen, turned the Dining Room
> into a Board Room and printed out on labels what we just put on our
> screens (each on his own :-)
> Can you please inform us how many felLOws sent their ideas via internet?
> And how many voted. It could be nice to know their names ... maybe see
> their pictures. (At already informed us that he chose the role of observer
> this time). And if possible, also the priorized results please.


With kind regards - met vriendelijke groeten,

Jan Lelie

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