January is fine with me, I don't expect my life to be specially busy by
then. I said December because you said 13-12, and because for me Dec is an
empty month and I always get bored.
Personally, I prefer Monday, so I guess it would be 14th rather than 27th.
As for times, I'm quite flexible but it's better for me something around
midday or noon.
On Thu, 15 Nov 2018 at 19:55, Ankur Sinha <sanjay.ankur(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 10:45:53 +0000, Frau Silvia Sánchez wrote:
> Hi Ankur et all,
> I'm still putting together the presentation, but the summary would be as
> *What is L10N
> *Differences between translations & localisations, with some examples.
> *How L10N works
> *How Fedora L10N works (organisation, characteristics, etc.)
> *How to contribute and why doing it (joining the team, learning the
> *Further information (basically a page with links)
> And then questions and maybe some live thing, demo, or similar.
That sounds really good!
> I'm open to suggestions as well.
> As for dates, 13-December is fine for me, but maybe one or two weeks
> would give me some more time to polish the info and presentation. But
> from December on is fine for me. That's a fairly empty month for me. I
> know what kind of time/hours would be better. Please, recommend or
We were thinking of starting the sessions in January because most people
(other instructors and users/attendees) would be on holiday in the
second half of December.
So, would one of either the third or fourth week of January work for you?
The time is a little hard to decide on, since we don't have much data on
who may attend. Whatever time works for you would be OK. We can't cater
it to everyone---it will be night somewhere :( (People that can't make
it can refer to the video recording later, of course.)
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"
Time zone: Europe/London
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