John,

I am flexible. 

I am fine with trying to move the time to 04:00 or 05:00 UTC or we can 
alternate.  The one concern with alternation is that it may lead to 
confusion and less attendance, but I am certainly open to trying it.


Jay S. Bryant
       IBM Cinder Subject Matter Expert  &  Cinder Core Member
                  
Department 7YLA, Building 015-2, Office E125, Rochester, MN
Telephone: (507) 253-4270, FAX (507) 253-6410
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From:   John Griffith <john.griff...@solidfire.com>
To:     OpenStack Development Mailing List 
<openstack-dev@lists.openstack.org>, 
Date:   12/16/2013 09:09 PM
Subject:        [openstack-dev] [cinder] weekly meeting



Hi All,

Prompted by a recent suggestion from Tom Fifield, I thought I'd gauge
some interest in either changing the weekly Cinder meeting time, or
proposing a second meeting to accomodate folks in other time-zones.

A large number of folks are already in time-zones that are not
"friendly" to our current meeting time.  I'm wondering if there is
enough of an interest to move the meeting time from 16:00 UTC on
Wednesdays, to 04:00 or 05:00 UTC?  Depending on the interest I'd be
willing to look at either moving the meeting for a trial period or
holding a second meeting to make sure folks in other TZ's had a chance
to be heard.

Let me know your thoughts, if there are folks out there that feel
unable to attend due to TZ conflicts and we can see what we might be
able to do.

Thanks,
John

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