+1 for me, too.  But I agree with Mike -- we need input from Saratov and
similar time zones.

I think though that the folks in Saratov generally try to shift hours
anyway, to better align with the rest of us.  So I think something that
works for the US will likely work for them.

Trev

On Tue, 2014-11-25 at 09:54 -0500, michael mccune wrote:
> On 11/25/2014 02:37 AM, Zhidong Yu wrote:
> > I know it's difficult to find a time good for both US, Europe and Asia.
> > I suggest we could have two different meeting series with different
> > time, i.e. US/Europe meeting this week, US/Asia meeting next week, and
> > so on.
> 
> i'd be ok with alternating week schedules
> 
> > My proposal:
> >      18:00UTC: Moscow (9pm)    China(2am)     US West(10am)
> >      00:00UTC: Moscow (3am)    China(8am)     US West(4pm)
> >
> 
> this works for me, but i realize it might be difficult for the folks in 
> Russia. not sure if there is a better option though.
> 
> thanks for putting this forward Zhidong
> 
> regards,
> mike
> 
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