Tidyup, and inclusion of 2016 Q4 meeting agenda #14

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Review by @SethTisue, pending approval by the Advisory Board.

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-# SCP-[006]: [Compile Time Check of Serializability]
+# SCP-006: [Compile Time Check of Serializability]
@SethTisue
SethTisue Nov 30, 2016 Collaborator

the square brackets around the title are extraneous too, I think

@propensive
propensive Nov 30, 2016 Collaborator

Yep.

agendas/003-2016-q4.md
+ 3. Voting
+6. Discussion Around Advisory Board Communication and Administration
+7. Community Discussion
+ 1. Ensime Project Concerns (Bill Venners, Community Representative)
@SethTisue
SethTisue Nov 30, 2016 Collaborator

is there a new round on this, or this is an accidental leftover from a previous meeting?

the agenda that went out by email had this instead:

7. Community Discussion
  1. Community Feedback from Bill Venners
  2. Community Feedback from Lars Hupel
@propensive
propensive Nov 30, 2016 Collaborator

Yes, well spotted! That was a post-copy/paste change. I'll fix the version in the repository.

@stuhood

@propensive : This should probably also fix the filenames of the proposals that were recently merged, as they still seem to match their original proposal numbers (ie: 000)

agendas/003-2016-q4.md
+ 1. Representations
+ 1. SCP-007: Collaborative Redesign and Implementation of Scala 2.13's Collections Library (Adriaan Moors)
+ 2. SCP-008: Maintain scala-lang, docs.scala-lang and scala.epfl.ch (Seth Tisue)
+ 3. SCP-009: Improve User Experience for Builds that use only Direct Dependencies (Eugene Burmako)
@xeno-by
xeno-by Nov 30, 2016 Contributor

This should be SCP-009: Improve User Experience for Builds that use only Direct Dependencies (Stu Hood, Eugene Burmako).

@SethTisue
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merging so I can link to it from the minutes. we can always make further changes

@SethTisue SethTisue merged commit afe5117 into master Dec 1, 2016
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