Re: Joint AU/ER teleconferences

On stardate 30 May 2000, Charles McCathieNevile sent a subspace communication stating:

> At the face to face meeting we agreed to look at having joint teleconferences
> for the first call of each month, but didn't set a time.
> Since the first call of the month for each group is in about 2 weeks, we
> should choose a time...
> AU is on tuesdays at 2:30 pm BOston time (11:30am US west coast, 8:30pm
> Europe, 4:30 am Melbourne)
> ER is Mondays at 10 am Boston time (7am US west coast, 4 pm Europe, midnght
> melbourne)
     Well, leave it to me to be the fly in the ointment. :-) 10 am Boston time 
is 9 am my time, and I'm usually not awake by then. Due to my situation, it's 
not just a matter of me setting an alarm. Mondays mornings are also the usual 
time I update my astronomy club's web site, but that isn't a big issue as it 
can (and has on occasion) be done later in the day, or even the next. But 
regardless, I really couldn't commit to attending those meetings at that time. 
An hour later would be better; two or more would be best.
     But, that's just me.

Frederick J. Barnett        
HTML Writers Guild Governing Board Member
The Baton Rouge Astronomical Society
The BREC, LSU, BRAS Highland Road Park Observatory
Secretary: International Association of Pyrographic Artists
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Of Navarone

Received on Tuesday, 30 May 2000 19:20:03 UTC