2011/12/10 Trey Morris <trey.mor...@rackspace.com>: > This problem has to have been solved before. Anyone know how > multinational companies deal with meetings?
The distro team meetings at Canonical used to rotate 8 hours every week to distribute the pain. Eventually, though, we gave up having these big meetings altogether. > Also, Soren, to be fair, I'm don't believe I've heard anyone propose a > meeting that wasn't on ~utc-7 business time, yourself included. No, because I try not to propose meetings at all :) > Maybe there should be some give and take here? Perhaps this is where > give starts.. What time works for you? It certainly does seem fitting that the most pain falls upon the person proposing the meeting. Let's call it an incentive for people to not call meetings :) My business hours are 9 - 17 (5 PM) CET. In Central Time, that's 2 AM - 10 AM. In Pacific Time, that's 12 AM - 8 AM. In Japanese time, that's 17 - 1 AM. -- Soren Hansen | http://linux2go.dk/ Ubuntu Developer | http://www.ubuntu.com/ OpenStack Developer | http://www.openstack.org/ _______________________________________________ Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~openstack Post to : firstname.lastname@example.org Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~openstack More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp