Raikundalia (1998) presents a method for collaborative development of an agenda for computer-supported meetings. Meeting participants suggest items of discussion for inclusion in the agenda and the secretarius (a participant assigned administrative tasks, similar to a traditional secretary, but specifically for computer-supported meeting tasks) has the duty of determining which items may be included. This determination of relevant items is the process of secretarius moderation and was implemented in the prototype meeting document manager, Logan. This paper proposes an extension to secretarius moderation that allows the chairperson also to moderate relevant items. Such an extension allows a group to decide if both the chairperson and secretarius or the secretarius only determine the content of agenda item discussion.