Details of request “Summary Minutes for CHM meeting on 16th & 17th July 2015

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
2441845  sent  2017-07-05 16:35:33 +0100  waiting_response  2017-07-05 16:35:34 +0100  waiting_response  outgoing  
2441847  response  2017-07-05 16:36:09 +0100        incoming  
2442348  response  2017-07-06 09:52:09 +0100    2017-08-01 09:45:50 +0100  waiting_response  incoming  
2478027  status_update  2017-08-01 09:45:49 +0100  waiting_response  2017-08-01 09:45:50 +0100  waiting_response   
2483079  response  2017-08-03 14:45:34 +0100        incoming  
2511805  response  2017-08-23 20:35:18 +0100        incoming  
2532713  edit_incoming  2017-09-08 10:21:00 +0100        incoming  
2796993  edit  2018-03-09 03:46:18 +0000         
2796994  edit  2018-03-09 03:46:18 +0000         
2796995  edit  2018-03-09 03:46:19 +0000         
2796996  edit  2018-03-09 03:46:19 +0000         
2796997  edit  2018-03-09 03:46:19 +0000         
2796998  edit  2018-03-09 03:46:19 +0000         
2796999  edit  2018-03-09 03:46:19 +0000         

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