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TWiki Release Meeting Time Change 2011

I would like to change the release meeting time that we currently have at 19:00 GMT so that we can accommodate HideyoImazu-san who will start to contribute to the open source TWiki project. Please let us know what time is good.

Proposal A:

  • GMT: 05:00 on Thu
  • Japan: 14:00 on Thu
  • Europe: 06:00 on Thu
  • California: 09:00pm on Wed

Proposal B:

  • GMT: 05:00 on Fri
  • Japan: 14:00 on Fri
  • Europe: 06:00 on Fri
  • California: 09:00pm on Thu

Please let us know which day is better. Also, should we shift the time a bit?

Name Vote
PeterThoeny Either one
GeorgeTrubisky Proposal B
HideyoImazu Either one
OwenDyckhoff Either one
MichaelGulitz Proposal B
Add my vote:

Either one : 3
Proposal B : 2

-- Contributors: PeterThoeny - 2011-11-08


OK, it looks like we have consensus on proposal B. So this week instead of Monday we would make it on Friday GMT. However, this is Thanksgiving holiday in the USA, see let's skip one week. The first meeting with new time will be JerusalemReleaseMeeting2011x12x02 (Thu 12/01 in USA, Fri 12/02 elsewhere.)

-- PeterThoeny - 2011-11-20

Friday is ok, but perhaps the meeting could start a bit later - 06:00 in the morning is quite a challenge...

-- MichaelGulitz - 2011-12-02

I know, it is very early in Germany. Yesterday we had the first release meeting with the new time. Let's keep this time for a while to see how it works out. If we make the time earlier it becomes impossible for people in the US Eastern time zone to join because it would be passed midnight. It's impossible to set a time that works for people around the globe.

-- PeterThoeny - 2011-12-02

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