Thanks everyone, I've closed the poll. I'm sorry to say that there's no
combination of two timeslots which allows everyone to attend a meeting. Of
the 25 respondents, the best we can do is cater for 24 of you.

Optimising for the maximum number of attendees, the potential meeting times
are 2000 UTC Tuesday and 1000 UTC on one of Monday, Wednesday or Friday. In
all three cases the only person who has indicated they cannot attend is

Unfortunately, David has indicated that he can't be present at the Tuesday
2000 UTC slot. Optimising for him as a required attendee for both meetings
means we lose an additional attendee, and gives us the Wednesday 2000 UTC
slot and a few options:

- Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 1200 UTC (Lifeless and ygbo miss)
- Friday at 1200 UTC (Lifeless and Jaromir Coufal miss)

If anyone else would like to play with the timeslots and numbers, I can
pass on the excel sheet and my code :)

According to the meetings wiki page, we should be able to get an IRC room
at any of the above times.


On Wed Nov 19 2014 at 9:15:40 AM Richard Jones <>

> Thanks everyone who has responded. I'm going to leave the poll open until
> the weekend to allow for stragglers to get their times in, and then close
> it and we can see what the results are.
> The poll is at scroll to the far
> right to set your timezone.
>      Richard
> On 12 November 2014 12:45, Richard Jones <> wrote:
>> I have set up a doodle poll to let folk enter their preferred times. It's
>> in UTC/GMT (/London time, because doodle) so use something like
>> to figure that out :)
>>      Richard
>> On 11 November 2014 18:46, Matthias Runge <> wrote:
>>> On 11/11/14 08:09, Richard Jones wrote:
>>> > Hi all,
>>> >
>>> > At the summit meetup last week I proposed that the Horizon weekly
>>> > meeting time alternate between the current time and something more
>>> > suitable for those of us closer to UTC+10. I'd like to get an
>>> indication
>>> > of the interest in this, and I'll look into getting a second meeting
>>> > time booked for alternating weeks based on your feedback.
>>> >
>>> > As a starting point, I'd like to suggest the times alternate between
>>> UTC
>>> > 0000 and 1600 (the current time).
>>> Sadly, both times don't work for me. I would propose something like 8
>>> UTC, which should work for most folks located in EU and east, or 18 UTC.
>>> Matthias
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