lxmaier at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 16:47:06 UTC 2005
London time is one hour behind Central European time, which makes it
one hour later for all the folks on the continent, like yours truly.
So my vote goes for:
01:00 Eastern Australia
11:00 Eastern U.S.
10:00 Central U.S.
8:00 Western U.S.
On 10/7/05, David Barzilay <barzilay at redhat.com> wrote:
> My vote goes for:
> >03:00 UTC
> >10:00 Eastern Australia - Good time of the morning, conflicting for
> >20:00 Eastern U.S. - In the evening, shouldn't be any sever conflicts,
> >19:00 Central U.S. - Conflicts with my evening commute, but I might be
> >able to shuffle. Everyone else at home?
> >17:00 Western U.S. - Nearing the end of the work day
> >01:00 London - Feeling what Australia knows so well
> option 2 wd be:
> >01:00 UTC
> >08:00 Eastern Australia - A little early
> >18:00 Eastern U.S. - Everyone at home?
> >17:00 Central U.S. - Nearing the end of the work day
> >15:00 Western U.S. - Middle of the afternoon, any conflicts?
> >23:00 London - A bit late, but not unbearable
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