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Re: websites meeting, aug 25th

On Mon, 2008-08-25 at 18:46 +0200, Max Spevack wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Aug 2008, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> > I was wondering if there is anyway we could standardize the meeting 
> > time? I wonder if staggering it has lead to more people who would 
> > actually attend not being able to attend (due to confusion over what 
> > time it is this week or other obligations).
> I would love to standardize the meeting time, but the last few times I 
> brought this up, it was voted down due to too many timezone differences.
> Maybe we can split the difference and just have it at 21:00 UTC every 
> week, instead of alternating between 20:00 and 22:00?

IIRC, that would knock out both groups of people who were served by the
split time.  I recall transit between locations being a primary

This is a perennial problem, with each group beating on it every time
they want to set a meeting.  I'm wondering what else we can try or offer
in the pool if ideas?

* Meet twice a week at two different times (and days), then synthesize
the meetings via mailing list.

* Have one meeting that goes extra long (we tried this in Docs to a
limited success.)

* Introduce voice so that people who are in transit without Internet can
call in and participate.

... ?

- Karsten
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