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Fri Sep 25 10:58:50 UTC 2009
On Fri, 25 Sep 2009 11:44:07 +0200 Soren Hansen <soren at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>As promised, I'd like to start a discussion about the time for our
>I chose to start this discussion, because the current time (1500-1645
>UTC ) is extremely inconvenient for me, as the only chance I have at
>family time is from 17:00-19:00 (local time) or 1500-1700 (UTC).
>Like everyone else, I of course prefer to have all my meetings when I'm
>actually at work, which is from 8:00 to 17:00 or thereabouts, but I
>understand that given a sufficiently geographically diverse team, this
>can not always be honoured. As such I'm more than happy to have late
>evening meetings to avoid having meetings during my limited family time
>So, the acceptable times in UTC during European DST for me are:
>Outside of European DST, my acceptable times are:
>If everyone who is truly interested in participating in the meeting
>could follow up on this e-mail with your acceptable times for the
>meeting, then I can try and sum things up, and we can discuss it at the
>meeting on Tuesday and make a final decision over e-mail very soon
>afterwards (so that people who are unable to attend at the current
>meeting time also can be part of the decision process).
>: It's only actually scheduled for one hour, but recently, the de
>facto time one needs to reserve for this meeting seems to be a bit more
>than an hour and a half.
I'd like to also ask for a different day to be considered. For most of
this year I've had standing customer commitments that preclude my attending
a Tuesday meeting virtually every week and I don't expect this to change.
I think if we move more than an hour earlier, we lose the US west coast.
It's been long enough since I could attend, I don't know how many people
Personally, I could generally make 12 - 21 UTC if it weren't on Tuesday.
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