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Re: new times for FDSCo meetings



BTW, we used this link to come up with some ideas:

http://timeanddate.com/worldclock/meetingtime.html?month=2&day=13&year=2007&p2=224&p3=263&p4=166&iv=0

On Mon, 2007-02-12 at 12:44 -0800, Karsten Wade wrote:
> We're trying to find either i) a meeting time that works for all
> (potential) FDSCo members, or ii) two alterto nate meeting times that work
> together.
> 
> One time we just negotiated that works for some people is:
> 
> Wed 0600 UTC +3
> Wed 0300 UTC
> Tue 2200 EST (UTC -5)
> Tue 1900 PST (UTC -8)
> 
> For something that is friendlier with the UK'ers, but maybe not others:
> 
> Tue 1700 UTC +3
> Tue 1400 UTC
> Tue 0900 EST
> Tue 0600 PST
> 
> or
> 
> Tue 1630 UTC +3
> Tue 1330 UTC
> Tue 0830 EST
> Tue 0530 PST
> 
> Another crazy idea is the "three hour open meeting".  This is a window
> of time that the log and agenda are open and flexible.  When there is a
> quorum involved in a topic, it is discussed.  Log files are mined for
> minutes.  This time might work for that:
> 
> Tue 2100 UTC +3  to     Tue 0000 UTC +3
> Tue 1800 UTC     to     Tue 2100 UTC
> Tue 1300 EST     to     Tue 1600 EST
> Tue 1000 PST     to     Tue 1300 PST
> 
> That way, people who are working during those hours but who can touch
> IRC, can drop in and out to interact.
> 
> For tomorrow's meeting, if we cannot decide by tomorrow mid-day UTC,
> we'll have to (one time) use the time that catches the greatest number
> of people right now, which is 0300 UTC.  
> 
> - Karsten
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