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Re: Finalizing the RDFa WG transition

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 18:35:21 +0100
Message-ID: <4B7985D9.5070504@w3.org>
To: Manu Sporny <msporny@digitalbazaar.com>
CC: benjamin.adrian@dfki.de, RDFa WG <public-rdfa-wg@w3.org>

On 2010-2-15 18:07 , Manu Sporny wrote:
> Scheduling the call is going to be much more difficult this time around.
> I know that Ben has a solid schedule and is unable to make the Thursday
> time slot. Ivan, I hate to ask, but could you move your schedule around
> on Thursday 1600UTC?

Let us try to avoid the UTC timing, because when we move to daylight
saving time then the UTC becomes different. You refer to 16:00UTC, which
is 5pm for me now and 6pm in a few months...

So which slot do you refer to? To 4pm my time or 6pm my time? Looking at
doodle I think you refer to the slot of 4pm my time that seems to be
good for almost everybody except for... BenA. The only way I can do that
if you accept that, time to time, I might not be around. Indeed, we
have, at the W3C team, 'project review' slots starting at 3pm and these
usually go to 4:30pm (always my time). This means that if those occur I
might be late or not at the meeting around. That being said these are
not very frequent, so I guess this should be fine.

The other slot (6pm my time) screws up my daily schedule because, well,
I have to get home at some point from the 'tute, and that is the
slot.... If that is the only way then I will have to reorganize my
days/week... Not sure yet how.

To make things clear I have set the first entry to yellow in the doodle.


>> Mark Birbeck wrote:
>> It's school half-term here so I won't be able to make a telecon any
>> time this week -- and it would be a shame to miss such an historic
>> event!
> I promise that this telecon won't be a historic event! It'll be more of
> a procedural/non-technical/non-historic event. We'll hold off on the
> historic event until most of us (and you) are on the call. :)
> I'm hesitant to go another week without a telecon - we do have some
> pressing HTML WG issues that need to be discussed, we don't have much
> time to produce these additional specifications and it'll take us a
> while to get into a productive rhythm. We also have 10-12 RDFa WG
> members now and if most of them can make a call, we'll have to have a call.
>> Mark Birbeck wrote:
>> I don't know if Steven has the same issue, but if so, perhaps we could
>> begin with the first call next week?
> Unfortunately, both Steven and Benjamin Nowak wouldn't be able to make
> the Friday telecons. There isn't a single time that everyone can make
> it... somebody is going to be left out or someone will have to update
> their schedule to be more lenient.
> If you can be more lenient in your schedule, please adjust your times -
> it might be possible that there is a better time that all of us can make it:
> http://doodle.com/8bynhs4kschkn5td
>> Mark Birbeck wrote:
>> (And I've just spotted that it's Steven's birthday this Friday...
> Happy Birthday Steven!
> On 02/15/2010 11:17 AM, Benjamin Adrian wrote:
>> 1800 UTC is 1900 local time in Kaiserslautern, Germany. My kids go to
>> bed around 1930, so could we please change this date?
>> Otherwise I would have two overtired kids in bad mood around me during
>> each telco :).
> Hmm, that is problematic. You do have that time marked as "OK", but
> unfortunately we can't move one way or the other.
>> What about Thursday 1600? Isn't this a better time according to doodle?
> Unfortunately the two people that cannot make it at that time are Ivan
> Herman (our W3C Team contact) and Ben Adida (RDFa WG co-chair).
> If everyone can go back to Doodle and try to open up their schedule a
> bit more, perhaps there is a time that will hopefully appear. If not,
> Friday at 1800 UTC is the only time that will work for the majority of us.
> -- manu


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