[UBUNTU-ART] Official art-team meeting times.

Nicholas nicholas at nburmandesign.com
Sun Jul 17 13:36:26 CDT 2005

And what exactly was wrong with calling it Greenwich Mean Time!? I  
mean, seeing as that is the spot where it is counted from. OH well. You  
say tom-ay-doe, I'll say GMT.

Being in Western Canada, and having to work around various familial  
responsibilties, my available timeslots would be:
Weekdays: 2300 - 0600 GMT
Saturday: 1600 - 1900 GMT
Sunday: 1600 - 1900 , 2300 - 0600 GMT

Of course, I could probably schedule time to read the transcripts too!

Nicholas Burman
It is better to have enough ideas for some of them to be wrong, than to  
be always right by having no ideas at all.
Edward de Bono

On 17-Jul-05, at 8:11 AM, volvoguy wrote:

> Hi all!
> I think that by late next week or early the following week we should
> try to have our first official team meeting. I want to use this thread
> to discuss what day/time would be best for everybody, so chime in with
> what works best for you.
> It seems as though UTC is the most common time code for arranging
> international meetings, so I've been looking at this page to try and
> figure out how all that works:
> http://www.dxing.com/utcgmt.htm
> Personally, the only major responsibility I have right now is the
> physical therapy for my back - usually just twice a week in the late
> afternoon for a few hours. So it looks like any evening starting
> around 2300 UTC to 0600-0700 UTC would work best for me. Day of the
> week doesn't matter much, but all the new shows just started up again
> on "Sci-Fi Fridays". I DO have a VCR though, so any day should be
> fine. :o)
> Post your own free time in this thread and I'll try to figure out the
> best time for everyone. I think those chats can be logged, so nobody
> should have to miss out entirely. We'll get the conversation up on the
> wiki.
> --  
> Aaron
> Ubuntu SVG Artwork - www.volvoguy.net/ubuntu
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