Theoretically, it should be possible to move the dev meeting and the
gsoc meeting. I took a look at the world clock and the developer map,
and it should be possible to move the meeting to 17:00 GMT. The places
that will suffer from that decision are Canda and Brazil that will
have a meeting starting on the morning, but it seems to be as if
indeed most "dead hours" will be over the ocean.
However, since I don't know who should attend the GSoC meeting, I'm
not sure if we can move it that quickly. I'm trying to catch people on
IRC now (I pinged the relevant people in the last 15 minutes), if
anyone can tell me who should attend, I'll try making the
arrangements. Regarding the developer meeting, I think that moving it
should also be feasible - but again let's try to talk this on IRC in a
time in which everyone are awake (such as now!).
On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 10:42 AM, Alexia Death <alexiade...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday, April 18, 2011 05:05:10 Mukund Sivaraman wrote:
>> Sorry, the scheduled time is not fine for me. I had asked for this to
>> be changed on IRC, but nothing was done for the last meeting's time
>> too. The previous meetings have happened at around 1:30 AM localtime
>> and 2:00 AM localtime. As there's a rather large Pacific ocean, there
>> must certainly be a suitable time for this meeting that doesn't occur
>> during the middle of anyone's sleeping hours. :)
> CET people can do 3 hours earlyer(17:00 GMT) at most I think, because that
> would put it at 19:00 - 20:00 CET(with dailight savings) and between
> 18:00-19:00 a lot of people are moving between their jobs and home. Doing the
> meeting in the middle of a workday is probably not feasible...
> For me personally in EET+dailight savings earlier is fine, but its up to CET
> and GMT people.
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