RE: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common][exposing-plans] Re: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common] RE: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common][exposing-plans] An unfortunate clash in the schedule for P10

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07 Sep 2017

Dear All
The programme for the plenary is set so any change would be very unlikely. Scheduling of session is a very difficult process when trying to avoid a multitude of conflicts.
I'm not sure why there has been no reply to e-mails but I suggest e-mailing Lynn Yarmey (in cc) to ask why these sessions have been moved to clashing slots despite the request for it to be avoided. The TAB Liaison (Carole Palmer) can also be contacted to highlight this problem.
Best wishes
Helen
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Subject: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common][exposing-plans] Re: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common] RE: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common][exposing-plans] An unfortunate clash in the schedule for P10
OK, that's good to know. I believe Timea Biro handled the scheduling again this time so she is the best person to ask. However, an email to the secretariat should have produced a response. I think it's probably too late to get a change now but worth asking. I think we would be more likely to get a response if we can also suggest a solution - another group willing to swap with us or with the BoF (preferred.)
I've looked back at the emails I saw back in July about this & the spreadsheet that was used to schedule sessions and identify conflicts. At that time, these two sessions had an identified conflict and were scheduled for different timeslots. It would be interesting to know what's caused the later move.
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    Author: Stephanie Simms

    Date: 08 Sep, 2017

    Hi All,
    I just checked the program and it appears that someone changed the Australian team's BoF to a Tues Breakout 2 slot: https://www.rd-alliance.org/plenaries/rda-tenth-plenary-meeting-montr%C3...
    So the conflict is resolved and I'll get in touch to make sure we're all aware that we can now participate in both sessions.
    -Stephanie
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    Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2017 9:21:23 AM
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    Cc: Lynn
    Subject: [rda-datamanagplans] RE: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common][exposing-plans] Re: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common] RE: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common][exposing-plans] An unfortunate clash in the schedule for P10
    Dear All
    The programme for the plenary is set so any change would be very unlikely. Scheduling of session is a very difficult process when trying to avoid a multitude of conflicts.
    I'm not sure why there has been no reply to e-mails but I suggest e-mailing Lynn Yarmey (in cc) to ask why these sessions have been moved to clashing slots despite the request for it to be avoided. The TAB Liaison (Carole Palmer) can also be contacted to highlight this problem.
    Best wishes
    Helen
    -----Original Message-----
    From: kevin.ashley=***@***.***-groups.org [mailto:***@***.***-groups.org] On Behalf Of kashley
    Sent: 07 September 2017 16:57
    To: sjDCC <***@***.***>; RDA DMP IG <***@***.***-groups.org>; DMP Common Standards WG <***@***.***-groups.org>; Exposing Data Management Plans WG <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common][exposing-plans] Re: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common] RE: [rda-datamanagplans][dmp-common][exposing-plans] An unfortunate clash in the schedule for P10
    OK, that's good to know. I believe Timea Biro handled the scheduling again this time so she is the best person to ask. However, an email to the secretariat should have produced a response. I think it's probably too late to get a change now but worth asking. I think we would be more likely to get a response if we can also suggest a solution - another group willing to swap with us or with the BoF (preferred.)
    I've looked back at the emails I saw back in July about this & the spreadsheet that was used to schedule sessions and identify conflicts. At that time, these two sessions had an identified conflict and were scheduled for different timeslots. It would be interesting to know what's caused the later move.
    --
    Kevin Ashley. Director, Digital Curation Centre http://www.dcc.ac.uk/
    E: ***@***.*** @kevingashley | P: DCC, Argyle Hse (F West),
    T: +44 131 651 3823/1239 (helpdesk) | Lady Lawson St,
    M: +44 7817 402 498 | Edinburgh EH3 9DR, Scotland
    The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SC005336.
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