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Re: Teleconf times

From: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2002 08:27:57 -0600
Message-Id: <5.1.0.14.2.20020416081915.028e5a60@rockynet.com>
To: Olivier Thereaux <ot@w3.org>
Cc: www-qa-wg@w3.org
I propose:

1.) until f2f, we leave the "regular" time at 2PM EDT (there are 4 regular 
telcons before f2f)
2.) any "extra" telcons will be scheduled for 10AM EDT (asia-friendly)
3.) discuss at f2f

One idea to consider at f2f might be:  every quarter year, swap "regular" 
time between asia-friendly and asia-hostile.

-Lofton.

At 11:22 AM 4/15/02 +0900, Olivier Thereaux wrote:
>On Thu, Apr 11, 2002, Karl Dubost wrote:
> > I think it would be fair to make a kind of rotation in the time we
> > are doing our teleconferences.
> >
> > We have people in Europe people, East US Coast, West US Coast, Japan.
> >
> > 
> http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meetingtime.html?day=11&month=4&year=2002&p1=234&p2=43&p3=195&p4=248
> >
> > Now
> > Seattle       Boston          Paris           Tokyo
> > Wed 11:00 AM *        Wed 2:00 PM *   Wed 8:00 PM *   Thu 3:00 AM
>
>s/Thu/Fri/ and s/Wed/Thu/ (basically, all the day-of-week info given
>here is 1 day too early, but since we're talking about time schedule,
>it's not a big problem.)
>
>My preference (generally speaking, i.e regardless of what time it is
>elsewhere in the world):
>
>prefered:
> > Thu 5:00 AM * Thu 8:00 AM *   Thu 2:00 PM *   Thu 9:00 PM
> > Thu 6:00 AM * Thu 9:00 AM *   Thu 3:00 PM *   Thu 10:00 PM
> > Wed 2:00 PM * Wed 5:00 PM *   Wed 11:00 PM *  Thu 6:00 AM
> > Wed 8:00 PM * Wed 11:00 PM *  Thu 5:00 AM *   Thu 12:00 PM
>
>"OK":
> > Thu 7:00 AM * Thu 10:00 AM *  Thu 4:00 PM *   Thu 11:00 PM
> > Wed 8:00 AM * Wed 11:00 AM *  Wed 5:00 PM *   Thu 12:00 AM
>
>
>Still hoping we can come to an agreement on a decent schedule for
>everyone.
>
>--
>Olivier
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