Re: [110attendees] Blue sheet question

Stuart William Card <stu.card@critical.com> Fri, 12 March 2021 15:28 UTC

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From: "Stuart William Card" <stu.card@critical.com>
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Subject: Re: [110attendees] Blue sheet question
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In FTF, I have signed blue sheets if I participated at all in the
deliberations (however briefly) or stayed for a substantial fraction of
the session time (even if I slept), but have not signed if I poked my head
into the room and found they were not discussing what I had expected. So
if I jumped between sessions midway through, touching down briefly in a
third in between, I typically would have signed 2 sheets. I had no idea
this implied I was Jamie Madrox (the Multiple Man from Marvel Comics),
able to be in both sessions for their entire durations.

>
> But:
>
>     - Sometimes you end up signing more than one blue sheet when you
> change rooms.  Although I guess if this is a concern you don't have
> to.
>     - Even FTF, once you sign, there is an implication that you stayed for
> the whole meeting.
>
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> How are blue sheets tracked where you jump between meetings?
>
> Since there is the legal use of blue sheets, I might assume, once you are
> in a session, you are on that one's blue sheet forever.  So potentially
> can get on LOTS of bluesheets.
>
> Actually this is a break from F2F where you might pop into a session,
> listen for a bit, then leave.
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