Difference between revisions of "Scheduling"

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Revision as of 23:07, 12 January 2009

Here's where the scheduling happens. No need to claim a day landrush-style; just add in what day your guests have said they're available.

Monday (5-7pm) Presenters' names Topic name Guests (confirmed) Guests (not yet confirmed)
This is a sample line.
2-Feb
9-Feb
16-Feb
23-Feb
2-Mar Dharmishta Rood & Jon Fildes The Future of News Russ Stanton
9-Mar
16-Mar
30-Mar
6-Apr
13-Apr Dan Ray, Joshua Gruenspecht, & Conor Kennedy Anonymity & Privacy Michael Samway or Andrew McLaughlin; Caroline Nolan and/or Colin Maclay; a representative of or expert on Vietnam
20-Apr Vera Ranieri & Arjun Mehra Internet Governance & Regulation Milton Mueller of the Internet Governance Project
27-Apr