Patrick Barnes nman64 at
Wed Oct 19 06:12:40 UTC 2005

Colin Charles wrote:
> Ok, here's a proposal since last week's attendance while low (we got
> far)
> Do we rotate between 15:00 and 18:00 UTC on a weekly basis? As the
> project grows, this will enable *more* people from around the world to
> attend. I don't expect everyone to attend every meeting, but with a
> varying timescale, it can be better
> Thoughts?
> And to not confuse folk, we could publish a calendar (webcal), and you
> can import it into your favourite webcal application (Evolution has good
> support for this; there are a few webcalendar things, kiko?, and i think
> iCal defintely supports it if you use OS X, and if you're using Windows,
> I'm sure there are solutions, like Sunbird (cross-platform) :P)
Having a rotating schedule like that might create a little confusion, 
but the best way to find out would be to try it for a while.  If it 
works, we keep it, if it fails, we find an alternative.  I'm sure it 
won't do any harm to give it a shot.

Either way, creating a calendar doesn't seem like a bad idea.  There is 
already a calendar at  Can 
we append to that?  The FESCO and FDSCO meetings are already on it.

Patrick "The N-Man" Barnes
nman64 at

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