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From Ross Gardler <rgard...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Proposal: interactive planning session for views/xhtml2/internals
Date Thu, 15 Sep 2005 12:16:44 GMT
Gav.... wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "David Crossley" <crossley@apache.org>
> To: <dev@forrest.apache.org>
> Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 1:28 PM
> Subject: Re: Proposal: interactive planning session for 
> views/xhtml2/internals
> 
> 
> | Gav.... wrote:
> | >
> | > I will still be in the land of nod, I too am a spectator
> | > and hope to catch up with a log file.
> |
> | That is the trouble with the world being round,
> | there will always be someone that is asleep.
> |
> | We could edge it forward another hour or so
> | but that makes the end time very late for Europeans.
> |
> | -David
> 
> So we have mainly Europe , America , the UK ( new home to the ashes)


Hurray!!!! (I've resisted this far ;-)

> Now I can see maybe 3 lines there that are acceptable to most suitable times 
> :-
> 
>       Australia - WA                  Australia - N S W             Germany 
> United States - Florida          United Kingdom
> 
>       Sat 17/09/2005 6:00 PM    Sat 17/09/2005 8:00 PM    Sat 17/09/2005 
> 12:00 PM*    Sat 17/09/2005 6:00 AM*    Sat 17/09/2005 11:00 AM*
>        Sat 17/09/2005 7:00 PM    Sat 17/09/2005 9:00 PM    Sat 17/09/2005 
> 1:00 PM*    Sat 17/09/2005 7:00 AM*    Sat 17/09/2005 12:00 PM*
>        Sat 17/09/2005 8:00 PM    Sat 17/09/2005 10:00 PM    Sat 17/09/2005 
> 2:00 PM*    Sat 17/09/2005 8:00 AM*    Sat 17/09/2005 1:00 PM*
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Or it could the same times Sunday.

Saturday is no good for me at all this week, Sunday evening/night (UK) 
is OK (and by night I mean I'm willing to stay up or get up early in 
order to make this happen). Unfortunately non of the times you highlight 
are in that range.

Next weekend I can't do anytime. The weekend after I'm currently clear 
all the way through.

During the week I can (generally) do any of these times.

For future meetings with more time to plan I think the times Gav 
suggests here are pretty good, in that they are not really late/early 
for anyone. It's just a shame that we want to do weekedns (from my 
perspective).

> However, I am thinking the subject matter too deep at this stage for me to 
> make a worthwhile contribution 'at the time',
> but I can go over logs and input at a later date.

It is going to be impossible to find a time that suits everyone. I think 
the important thing is that we nominate a time and stick to it unless 
someone says they *want* to be present and cannot. Is that the case with 
the original proposal of 20:00 UTC?

I'm sorry if this sounds like some important members of the community 
are being excluded, that is not the intention. Please do speak up if you 
*want* to attend but are unable to do so (note that is exactly what I am 
doing above).

Ross

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