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Re: Proposal to keep the time schedule of the meetings instead of following USA time zone

From: Steven Adler <adler1@us.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2014 08:29:43 -0800
To: Caroline Burle <cburle@nic.br>
Cc: public-dwbp-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFE7D7CE9E.E3116411-ON88257C89.005A22EE-88257C89.005A9CD6@us.ibm.com>
Dear Caroline,

Good that you have the foresight to think about this.  But do you propose 
to make the new time 9am ET?  Or do you mean we will all adjust one hour 
ahead and keep the time to 8am ET in North and South America, but since 
Europe won't change to DST until April, their time will be one hour later?

I can tell you that a 9am ET start will certainly benefit Eric Stephen and 
myself when I travel to the West Coast (which is often).

Best Regards,


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Caroline Burle <cburle@nic.br>
02/24/2014 05:55 AM
Proposal to keep the time schedule of the meetings instead of following 
USA time zone

Dear all,

next week the USA will be an our later because of the daylight saving 
time and the meetings are schedule by the USA time zone (Zakim is in USA).

Said that, and since most of the participants are from South America and 
Europe, we would like to propose to change our meetings to an hour 
later[1] as well (ultimately we would keep as it is for people that does 
not live in USA). Could we discuss it quickly on Friday?

Thank you!


Caroline Burle
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