Nov. Meeting Date/Time
Luis de Bethencourt
luisbg at ubuntu.com
Wed Oct 28 22:54:12 GMT 2009
On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 11:31 PM, Eric Hedekar <afterthebeep at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 10:40 AM, Luis de Bethencourt <luisbg at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 5:26 PM, <ScottALavender at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> The upcoming meeting is schedule for 1:00 a.m. Monday for me, which is a
>>> work day. Would it be possible to move it to the previous day so that at
>>> least it's 1:00 am between Saturday and Sunday?
>> I'm in a business trip to Denver Sunday morning. So I won't be able to
>> make the meeting either way.
>> So people now my availability my trave is:
>> November 1st - November 8th : Denver, Colorado
>> November 8th - November 12th : San Francisco, California
>> I will be responding to emails and dropping by IRC during office
>> hours, have the time zones in mind.
> Well I'm in favor of keeping the meeting time as was scheduled. It is
> a non-mandatory meeting, though I suspect many Lucid ideas will be
> acted on/planned for there. The idea of having rotating 7am UTC / 7pm
> UTC times is that no time will suit everyone and hopefully at least
> one of those will suit most people. I'm happy to revisit this
> schedule, but I think we should keep it on a pre-defined schedule for
> purposes of publicity and easy organization. This is just my opinion,
> if enough others need it moved, there's nothing stopping things.
> ScottL, maybe you could review the minutes as soon as possible and
> chime in on IRC, or also add your info to an e-mail just prior to the
> Luis, you are aware the meeting is on Nov 9th at 7am UTC (that's 12am
> San Franciso time), not this coming Monday but rather 12 days from
> now. Hopefully you'll be settled in your hotel room and able to be up
> late then.
I also hope to be settled and comfy in a Hotel with good internet
connection, but since I can't promise that is going to happen I can't
promise I will make the meeting.
(and for some reason I picture a fireplace and a hot chocolate, that
would be very comfy)
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