[Vote] Time + Day for Weekly Meeting
amjjawad at gnome.org
Sat Jun 7 12:16:10 UTC 2014
Thanks for your reply :)
On Thu, Jun 5, 2014 at 10:12 PM, Steve Ovens <steve_ovens at linux.com> wrote:
> I'm on the Canadian East Coast (gmt -4). I can be available anywhere from
> 22:00gmt to 02:00gmt Mon-Fri.
> I am fairly flexible on the weekends... 12gmt-00gmt usually
It seems all those who replied and commented on the whiteboard of this
have no problem with weekends which is totally okay with me. I can't on
Saturday as I have a meeting with another community and project from 17:00
GMT - 18:00 GMT.
Do you guys have any problem with Sundays?
> On Thu, Jun 5, 2014 at 10:49 AM, Ali/amjjawad <amjjawad at gnome.org> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> This is a quick email and it is very important - please *do not* ignore.
>> I'm calling for a *weekly* team meeting for Ubuntu GNOME Team Leaders,
>> Members and whoever interested to attend.
>> Kindly either:
>> (1) Edit the above Blueprint (whiteboard) and add your suggested day and
>> (2) Reply to all (this email) and add your suggested day and time.
>> Kindly treat this as high priority.
>> I'm trying to be back to action slowing (still charging my batteries -
>> Thank you!
>> You have *maximum 48hours* to decide from the date of sending this email.
I'd like to have a meeting (30mins - 60mins maximum) on Sunday every week.
I'm usually available from: 8:00 GMT - 20:00 GMT everyday except Fridays.
So, can we have the final decision? or shall I just choose anytime on
Sunday? please let me know :)
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