RE: Meeting Monday, October 9

Thanks, Alejandra.

It may be worth adding an "if need be" option, so we can know more precisely when each of us "may" be available, or won't be available at all.

BTW, if I'm not mistaken, in Europe we are going to switch to standard time on Oct, 29th - which means that the proposed (localised) meeting time does not correspond to the one in the poll (still summer time).



From: Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran []
Sent: 09 October 2017 15:00
Subject: Re: Meeting Monday, October 9

Hi all,

Karen mentioned about creating a poll - I think it is the best way of deciding, so I've created one.

I included Mon-Fri and 1400 UTC to 2000 UTC (everyone should be able to change the timezone, please shout if there are any mistakes):



On 09/10/2017 13:45,<> wrote:

+1 from me to 20:00 UTC.


From: Rob Atkinson [<>]
Sent: 09 October 2017 14:42
To: Karen Coyle
Subject: Re: Meeting Monday, October 9

I dont think i'm going to last out till 1am and still be any use.  Look forward to meeting change. 2000 utc would be even better :-)

Rob Atkinson

On 6 Oct 2017 08:51, "Karen Coyle" <<>> wrote:

Note that we will be having a discussion about our meeting time, with a
suggestion to move from 1400UTC to 1900UTC.* We may decide to run a poll
to make sure most people are still able to meet on Mondays. If you will
be missing Monday's meeting, please pay attention to subsequent emails
on this topic.

* Due to changes caused by "daylight savings time"
Karen Coyle<>
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Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran, PhD
Research Lecturer
Junior Research Fellow at Kellogg College
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University of Oxford
Engineering Science
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Received on Monday, 9 October 2017 13:54:33 UTC