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[gemini-dev] Re: Weekly Gemini meeting
- From: Mike Keith <michael.keith@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2010 11:26:28 -0400
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Well, it is starting to look good, then, for Thursdays @ 4:30pm BST
So, that would mean that we would meet at the following times in the
4:30 pm (UK)
11:30 am (Eastern)
8:30 am (Pacific)
Not sure if Costin is in Romania, and what time zone that is (2 or 3
hours ahead of UK?) but is that possible for you Costin?
We would be sure to finish by 4:55 pm (BST).
On 3/29/2010 11:15 AM, Bob Nettleton wrote:
The meeting time (11:30am EST) for any of the three days is fine with me.
From: Hal Hildebrand
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 2010 11:20 PM
To: Michael Keith
Cc: Bob Nettleton; J.J. Snyder; Glyn Normington (E-mail);
Douglas Clarke; Gemini Dev List
Subject: Re: Weekly Gemini meeting
oddly, any of those days @ 8:30 am PDT is open for me.
On Mar 28, 2010, at 8:05 PM, Mike Keith wrote:
a little bit to help everyone get the project code committed
It was suggested that we have a weekly meeting at least for
initially and to keep the projects progressing. It would be
nice if the mentors could also attend to help sort out any
process issues that come up and to help people get past any
We have people in Europe (GMT for Glyn and I believe Costinis GMT+1?), as well as GMT-5, and GMT-8, so we are kind of
spread out, spanning 9 hours. If we picked 4:30pm GMT, that
would be 5:30pm GMT+1 on the one end and 8:30am Pacific time
on the other. Perhaps the people at both ends of the temporal
spectrum should be the ones to commit to a time since they
are the ones likely to be slightly off-hours. The 4:30pm GMT
time would be 11:30am Eastern, which I could make on Monday,
Thursday or Friday.
Can others please shout out your meeting day and timepreferences/availability?