Meeting time - move to 21:30 UTC?
robert at spi-inc.org
Wed Oct 19 00:48:39 UTC 2011
On Sun, 16 Oct 2011, Jonathan McDowell wrote:
> With DST ending in the northern hemisphere in over the next few weeks it
> would be convenient to me if we moved the meeting time to 21:30 UTC (ie
> keeping it at 13:30 US/Pacific rather than it moving back to 12:30
> US/Pacific). I asked about this on #spi at the last meeting and those
> present said it was fine with them (including Robert, who I believe is
> our only southern hemisphere board member). So, does anyone who was not
And the only one in UTC+10 :)
Recapping my comments on IRC...
The proposed move shifts the meeting time from 6:30am to 7:30am for me.
Meeting start times of 6:30am or later are fine with me.
> (There was also potential discussion about whether we wanted to move the
> day; I believe Martin has a conflicting event every few weeks. I have no
> problem with it remaining Wednesday, but any day other than Tuesday is
> also fine with me.)
Since I don't have any other regular committments in the early morning,
any non-weekend day is fine for me.
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