On 05/21/2010 10:44 AM, � Duffy wrote:
On Wed, 2010-05-19 at 12:04 -0400, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> I know in the past we've talked about having regular meetings before but
> timezones have been a bit of an issue.
> I was wondering if we could revisit this and consider weekly or
> bi-weekly meetings? We could simply check in with each other, talk about
> what projects we've been working on, and maybe go through open ticket
> items in our trac queue .
> What do you think? I started a time slot grid at whenisgood.net
> you mind checking off the times you could make? If you set the local
> time dropdown at the top center of the page it should automagically
> readjust everything to your local time:
So it looks like the single time the largest majority of folks can make
is 7 PM UTC on Tuesdays, which is converted to the following for the
folks who filled it out:
Luya: 12 PM
Ian: 2 PM
Tatica: 3 PM
Martha: 3 PM
Máirín: 3 PM
Onyeibo: 8 PM
fabsh: 9 PM
wonderer: 9 PM
Martin: 9 PM
Nicu: 10 PM
Pierros: 10 PM
Doing a bi-weekly shift appeared to cause us to lose more participants
than gain, so the time probably should be stable week-to-week.
Shall we plan for our first meeting to be Tuesday June 1st?
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