|Province ||Time zone|
|British Columbia||15:00 PDT|
|Ontario, Quebec||18:00 EDT|
|New Brunswick, Nova Scotia,
Prince Edward Island
|Newfoundland and Labrador||19:30 NDT|
A board meeting is planned on May 28, 2012 at 18:00 EDT (Ottawa time). The meeting will take place electronically via Skype. All directors will receive an email to their Wikimedia Canada email account with instructions on how to connect to the meeting. You will be also able to read read the minutes in the days following the meeting.
Only members of the board of directors may attend and those invited to give input. If you can not use Skype, please email Alan Walker to arrange a telephone connection.
- Doc James 18:53, 2 May 2012 (EDT)
- Benoit Rochon 18:13, 19 May 2012 (EDT)
- Jeffery Nichols (Arctic.gnome) (talk) 13:14, 24 May 2012 (EDT)
- Alan.ca 17:02, 28 May 2012 (EDT)
- Wikipedia Takes Québec City (June 16)
- Cash flow needed before June 8 ($2,000)
- Funds transfer via PayPal
- Changes to membership policies: Policy/Membership/revision, Policy/Privacy/revision
- Bookkeeper issue
- Wikimedia Canada Board meeting
- 28 May 2012
- Location: Skype and telephone
- Linda Chew (Treasurer),
- James Heilman (President),
- Jeffery Nichols (Secretary),
- Bonoit Rochon
- Alan Walker (Vice-President),
- Prepared by: Jeffery Nichols
- Purpose: This was a general purpose meeting.
James opened the meeting at 18:00 EDT.
Linda is inquiring about approval of funds as per last meeting.
The banking procedure for small transactions is inconvenient, so petty cash approved for spending will be stored in the PayPal account.
Changes to membership policies
Draft revision of membership policies is ready and will be presented at the next general meeting.
The next meeting is to be held on 30 August 2012.
The meeting was closed at 19:00 EDT.
- Please note that the provinces in this table are for guidance only, since some have two time zones (e.g., The Magdalen Islands and the south-eastern part of British Columbia are not in the same time zone as their provinces). Please refer to your time zone instead of your province.