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November 24th, 2004
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Poll #391054 An addendum: Ok, the first question in the last poll can be read as "I expect people to do this" rather than "I like people to do this" or even "I consider it reasonable for people to do this"

For a $home town based event, (if I were a perfect person and no unexpected stuff happened) I would give

Less than one days notice
0(0.0%)
one days notice
0(0.0%)
less than a weeks notice
2(6.5%)
one weeks notice
6(19.4%)
two weeks notice
5(16.1%)
three weeks notice
3(9.7%)
a months notice
0(0.0%)
2 months notice
0(0.0%)
more than 2 months notice
0(0.0%)

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From:rmc28
Date:November 24th, 2004 09:57 am (UTC)
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But mostly because I would need a month's notice that I was doing $THING.
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From:requiem_17_23
Date:November 24th, 2004 09:57 am (UTC)
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I don't do routine for myself. But when organising things that would affect other people, I give as much notice as I can remember to. That's usually about a week.
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From:ilanin
Date:November 24th, 2004 10:25 am (UTC)
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But mostly "this is a really silly question, how many people are involved?"
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From:chess
Date:November 24th, 2004 11:37 am (UTC)
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I would give:

1 week's notice if it was just a normal everyday thing with up to about 20 people involved.

At least 2 weeks' notice if it involved paying money for something in advance, e.g. I need to know numbers because I'm going to book a room / a table.

A month's notice if someone else was requiring more than a week's notice (booking a popular room) or the event was scheduled to last more than one day (a weekend trip somewhere).
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