Hello all,

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. 

Kind regards,
FAS:  Lailah

On Thu, 15 Nov 2018 at 19:55, Ankur Sinha <sanjay.ankur@gmail.com> wrote:
On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 10:45:53 +0000, Frau Silvia Sánchez wrote:
> Hi  Ankur et all,

Hi Silvia,

> I'm still putting together the presentation, but the summary would be as
> follows:
> *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 tools,
> etc)
> *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 later
> would give me some more time to polish the info and presentation.  But anything
> from December on is fine for me.  That's a fairly empty month for me.  I don't
> know what kind of time/hours would be better.  Please, recommend or suggest
> some.

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? 14/01/19--27/01/19?

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.)

Thanks again,

Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"

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