FYI, a friendly reminder, the next weekly APAC meeting = Saturday, January 05th, 2012 at 04:00 UTC
Very soon, Happy New Year! :)
Our first 2013 Meeting!!! :D
Please be prompt and we will address priority issues first in order to save time.
We will review our what SWAG for example, such as F17 media and others that you need for the future and plan for future F18 media needs. Address questions as well as problems effectively. :)
We are using a new agenda format "so" update the agenda with your relevant information. ======================================= Our APAC Team as always fully supports you and I hope that your schedule permits attending our APAC meeting.
If you are not able to attend the meeting, then please, update the meeting wiki and let the wiki "speak" of updates on your behalf. That is what I do and I strongly suggest this as an option for you.
If you are not able to attend, then as always review the meeting's logs. :) ======================================= Day : January 05th, 2012 Time : 04:00 UTC
See the following URL  to check and verify your own timing based on your location.
For any proposed changes to the agenda , then please update.
If you are not able to join us, then please update the agenda, in order to show your updates. ======================================== On Freenode IRC Channel  : #fedora-meeting ======================================== We hope that you may be able to attend and join us. :)
Together let us do great things for Fedora as well as APAC! :D
Sending positive Fedora energy to all your computers now. :v)
Lastly, please have a Great Fedora day and/or evening! :~)
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