On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 9:42 AM, j.w. thomas <jthomas(a)bittware.com> wrote:
OK, it looks like we're using IRC for this
meeting. Being selfish, I'm
going to set a time that I'm not away on vacation (epic skiing begins
Saturday!)... how does Friday, February 20, 2009 at 20:00:00 UTC sound?
A couple of timezones for those who don't live in Greenwich:
*3PM for PA, US
*9PM for Berlin, Germany
*8PM for London, UK
*7AM for Sydney, AUS
Fridays and Saturdays are bad for me. I wasn't going to say anything,
but then reasoned that if I were the only one silently bowing out, it
would not be a good thing. So... I will politely bow out, but not in
It's definitely good that you speak up, we do want to schedule things
so that the most people can possibly attend. Plus, if we have lots of
people who can't attend on one day/time, we want to either reschedule
the meeting or make sure the next meeting is at a different time when
a different group of people can attend.
If anybody else can't make it on Friday, please say something so we
can gauge what attendance will be like and maybe move the meeting to a
more accessible time.
I don't want to move the timeframe up too far, because then we're
going to be losing people because of too little notice. However,
Thursday at 20UTC should probably be enough time if more people would
prefer that date. I have a suspicion that weekends are going to be
universally bad, but I may be wrong about that.