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Re: Draft minutes and agenda

From: Steve Ross-Talbot <steve@enigmatec.net>
Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2003 09:46:54 +0100
Cc: <public-ws-chor@w3.org>
To: "Furniss, Peter" <Peter.Furniss@choreology.com>
Message-Id: <A60C291C-699E-11D7-ABD9-000393AD2AA6@enigmatec.net>


thank you for the clarification.

Now I think we should have the call at 1:00pm in California, which will 
equate to 4:00pm on the east coast of the USA and to 9:00pm in the UK 
and 10:00pm in most if the rest of Europe.

Does this sound correct?


Steve T

On Tuesday, April 8, 2003, at 09:35  am, Furniss, Peter wrote:

> Apologies, I won't be able to be on the call today.
> BTW, the meeting schedule information is confusing (apologies if you've
> already had this discussion and I missed it - this is not the only 
> group
> I'm on that has this problem):
> Teleconference are held weekly, every tuesday at 4PM EST, 1PM PST, 21h
> UTC, 21h BST, 22h MET, 6am JST (wednesday)).
> BST is British Summer Time, which we are now on, and is UTC+1, and not,
> as some might think, British Standard Time (=UTC), which is normally
> called GMT in the UK. And North America and Europe are now both on 
> their
> daylight saving time, so no-one will be one EST or PST (except parts of
> Indiana and Arizona, IIRC).
> So the call will be at 5pm in New York, 2 pm in California, 2200 in UK,
> 2300 in Paris ? Or are the EST, PST times meant to be wall-clock time
> there, rather than UTC+5, UTC+8 (so the meeting would be at 2200 UTC).
> Peter
> [Sent from near the Greenwich Meridian (my home is about 400 metres to
> the east of the 0 meridian - there's a line on the ground outside our
> nearest shops). And the bloke who invented daylight saving lived 
> nearby.
> ]
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Steve Ross-Talbot [mailto:steve@enigmatec.net]
>> Sent: 07 April 2003 19:39
>> To: public-ws-chor@w3.org
>> Subject: Draft minutes and agenda
>> I think we have about 1 hour to change the agenda if anyone had any
>> major items or issues to discuss.
>> Cheers
>> Steve T

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