meeting agenda

A meeting agenda is a specialized issue/position/argument structure that helps define what we/will/must do. The exact form of such an agenda depends entirely on the rules of order in effect.

The General Rules of Online Procedure provides an agenda protocol by which the agenda prior to the meeting becomes the meeting minutes after the meeting: in other words the meeting uses the same URI and retains a stable online identity from the day it is scheduled to the end of time.

Other types of meeting agenda are not recommended - even without a formal agenda protocol there is probably no better way to support agenda making than using a wiki.