20 UTC is fine for me, or earlier otherwise. Any later and other
events from my afternoon (commute, dinner, etc) start to interfere.
7AM seems pretty lousy for the Australians, but there's no way for us
to make everybody happy with an event like this. The next meeting can
be rotated so other people can have the better hours (if anybody from
that side of the world is interested in attending at all).
On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 6:40 PM, Mike.lifeguard
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
I've set up [[Wikibooks/Community-building]] (on Meta) for some
organizational stuff, like what we plan to discuss. For the first one,
we should try to keep things open-ended & do more detailed planning for
later sessions if we need to. If you want to claim some time to talk
about a particular idea, that'd be the place to do it.
I hope that works for everyone, or at least most people.
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