Server transfer is coming up tomorrow and some of the servers are going to die. For those of you who plan to move on another server made a short video with some tips rhat might come in handy guys. Check it out

2021.10.26 08:45 bazeilcov Server transfer is coming up tomorrow and some of the servers are going to die. For those of you who plan to move on another server made a short video with some tips rhat might come in handy guys. Check it out

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2021.10.26 08:45 BigSmile17 Every Meeting Should Be Optional: Here’s Why…

At the beginning of the year, we introduced a 100% optional meeting culture at our startup.
At first, this might sound scary to many managers - will anybody attend my meetings? - however, we've experienced that it's a key step towards a more productive meeting culture.
Disclaimer: I’m not advocating to dismiss all sync meetings, but rather to not make attendance mandatory. A simple act that has profound effects before, during, and after meetings.
The importance of Deep Work is already covered in various posts. So today, I’m discussing our less obvious lessons with optional meetings.
So let’s jump to it!
Lesson 1: Optional meetings = better meetings Meetings are no longer top-down or one-way exchanges of information. This is more so true of startups and async-first teams. Although there are exceptions to the rule, in 95% of cases, optional attendance increases the quality of meetings.

Reason 1: Optional meetings foster a give-first mentality among organizers
Forced attendance doesn’t do meeting organizers any justice: If all meeting “participants” are forced to attend, meeting organizers aren’t incentivized to improve the meeting experience. In an alternate meeting world, if an organizer wants a higher attendance rate (which you cannot force), then they’re likely to make voluntary participation more enticing.
This could look like this:

Over time, this effect will be compounded. The organizer is incentivized to sell the value of a meeting before it starts. The organizer also learns from what didn’t work.

Reason 2: Optional meetings are leaner
Not everybody gets equal value out of any given meeting. Robin Dunbar says that conversations with more than 4 people become a lecture dominated by a few extraverts.
Making meetings optional eliminates the fear of exiting earlier and encourages only relevant people to attend. This benefits non-attendees (less time wasted, more deep-work time), and also attendees (more active participants = greater meeting output). With an average meeting cost of more than $1,000 USD per meeting, there is a lot of money to be saved too.

Reason 3: Optional meetings are more collaborative
As attendees are joining voluntarily, they have likely joined due to the meeting’s perceived value. This leads to increased investment in the meeting. Invested people are incentivized to work towards better outcomes.
So, rather than having 10 semi-invested meeting attendees, have 4 active and invested attendees. When you’re invested you’re more likely to focus on solutions and only stick to the relevant information.

Lesson 2: Equalize meeting power dynamics The dynamics of mandatory meetings encourage a one-directional, inefficient, and passive meeting culture. Let’s look at a better way instead.

Reason 1: Optional meetings = even playing field
Usually, meeting organizers are team leads, managers, and executives. Hence, the organizer-invitee relationship is often unequal. This can lead to less honest feedback, impacting the output and value of the meeting.
Optional meeting attendance is a small step towards equal power dynamics. The meeting organizer is saying “hey, your time is just as important as mine”. With a balanced power dynamic, there is a greater chance for open feedback, and therefore, more productive meetings.

Reason 2: Optional meetings build trust
Optional meetings don’t guarantee team cohesion. But they are certainly an indication of trust. If we trust our employees to do their job, certainly they must be capable of allocating their time autonomously.
Also, if we trust our employees and have given them the environment to act autonomously, then optional meetings are a logical and natural next step.

Lesson 3: How to do optional meetings well So, in a perfect world, what does the holy grail of optional meetings look like?

Clear agenda
It's often said but it can't be repeated enough. No meeting should ever be a big bag of surprises. Contextual background information before the meeting will lead attendees to bring their pre-formed opinions and ideas to the table, ready to be discussed. Make optional attendance explicit
We always make a conscious choice to reinforce our meeting culture and ethos. After all, habits take time to form. Here is how we do it:
⚠️Reliable meeting documentation ⚠️
This is the most important facet of optional meetings. Without easily accessible documentation, the value of meetings will be lost for non-attendees. 😢 This will result in knowledge sinkholes, information-asynchronicity, and reduced productivity.
At tl;dv we ensure robust meeting documentation by recording all relevant meetings. During the meeting, we turn meeting agenda points & notes into timestamped highlights. Each timestamp is linked to the exact moment in the meeting recording. Let's not spend 60 minutes in a meeting for the 3 minutes we care about.

Turn FOMO into JOMO 🎉
With proper meeting documentation ready, mandatory syncs are no longer the only way to keep the whole team in the loop. We live in the 21st century and have the tools to work asynchronously effectively!

How do you handle remote meetings in your company?
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2021.10.26 08:45 Different-Ad-8550 Can anyone identify this nike airforce? I think they were bought in 2018/2019.

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2021.10.26 08:45 pinktoesincold [Self] my piece "Thank You for Reaching Out" showed in a gallery last week!

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2021.10.26 08:45 OfKnightly Rampage is even more obnoxious than the spitfire

This gun takes even less brain power than the spitfire all you have to do is start shooting and you'll crack any shield in 3 to 4 shots or even less with headshots it's insane.
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2021.10.26 08:45 Articwolf26 The New N64 Web Based Emulator Wasm64

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2021.10.26 08:45 BryanM_Crypto Crypto.com adds Solana (SOL) to Crypto Earn

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2021.10.26 08:45 WeebAsian Grinded my sanity

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2021.10.26 08:45 ReviewEquivalent1266 Grants tied to Facebook boosted Democrats in Pennsylvania, report says

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2021.10.26 08:45 KanteIsTheGoat1 My packs+picks

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2021.10.26 08:45 -Klotzy They probably do...

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2021.10.26 08:45 geomeepo forgive me if this was asked before but im new here.

why shikadai and metal lee look exaclty the same as their fathers? really?
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2021.10.26 08:45 Puffin_fan Example #540

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2021.10.26 08:45 Commercial-Ticket526 When were Beyblade parts interchangeable for the first time?

Recently I took a look into my old beyblade collection since I was an enthusiastic collector when I was younger. I experienced the old plastic generation as well as the HMS blades. Most of my collection is or was part of the Metal saga though.
And as far as I can tell Metal beys were the first to rely on exchangeable parts, am I right? Because there was something that I noticed back when they advertised the 5 layer system as something new - in the old days the G-Revolution episodes had scenes in which the characters were talking about the difference the exchange of parts can make. And there were also some fan sites on which one could read about modifying certain beys from the older eras.
So my question is: Was the 5 layer system really the first system based on modifying beys? Or was it possible to also modify beys from before this era? Because I never tried it and don't have the possibility to try it out anymore.
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2021.10.26 08:45 Chrisf1998 A feral stray turned into the worlds laziest cat! Nothing but sleep and eat unless he’s begging to be pet

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2021.10.26 08:45 Mike1metal More good news for PROG!

Progenity Cuts Outstanding Debt By $20.175M Through Private Exchange Of Its 7.25% Convertible Senior Notes Due 2025 For Common Stock
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