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Some of the benefits of scribing are:
- Helping people not able to attend to read the minutes after the meeting.
- Making the Group accountable.
Scribe duties rotate among all the Group participants. After a scribe (generally from the top of the list) has completed his/her turn, he/she should be reinserted in the list at a new position determined by starting at the bottom and moving up until the number of minutes scribed by him/her (and linked from the right column) is lower than the ones listed below him/her. Thus, participants who remain at the top of the queue for weeks don't win an advantage (delaying their next scribe responsibility) by skipping meetings.
|Trond Arne Undheim|
|Tom Van Engers|
|Kevin Novak||2008-02-18, 2008-10-01 ??|
|Daniel Bennett||2009-05-27, 2009-04-01, 2009-03-04|
|Sharron Rush||2009-06-10, 2009-05-06|
|Rachel Flagg||2009-06-24, 2009-05-13, 2009-04-15, 2008-11-26|
|John Sheridan||2009-07-22, 2009-02-04, 2008-12-17|
|Jose M. Alonso||2009-08-19, 2009-07-01, 2009-06-24, 2009-06-17, 2009-06-03, 2009-05-13, 2009-04-29, 2009-04-22, 2009-03-25, 2009-03-13, 2009-03-12, 2009-02-25, 2009-02-18, 2009-02-11, 2009-02-04, 2009-01-28, 2009-01-21, 2009-01-14, 2008-12-17, 2008-12-10, 2008-12-03, 2008-11-19, 2008-11-12, 2008-10-24, 2008-10-23, 2008-07-03|