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From Nicholas Sterling <Nicholas.Sterl...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Conference Call
Date Tue, 21 Apr 2009 19:42:43 GMT


Stuart Monteith wrote:
> Hello All,
>    I'm getting close to buttoning down the time for the conference call:
>
> So far I have the follow:
>
> Us: +1 UTC:  8:00 UTC - 17:00 UTC
> Sonal: +5:30 UTC:    0300-0700, 1230-1730
> Konstantin: +7 UTC:   0100-1600
>
> Nicholas, can you express the times your are available in UTC? Steve 
> told me that you were in Austin,
> I assumed California (hence PST). If you are further west, that would 
> be a great help.
Friday works fine for me during these UTC times:
Nicholas: -5 UTC: 00:00 - 08:00, 15:00 - 23:59
That is, if you can avoid the window 08:00-15:00 UTC, I can work around 
any other time.  Just offhand it looks like 1500-1600 is your best bet.

Nicholas

 
>
> My suggestion is that the call is held on Friday. That gives time to 
> prepare, and we are all available that day.
>
> Thanks,
>    Stuart
>
>
> rcolemail-kato@yahoo.co.uk wrote:
>> Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are best for me.
>>
>> Richard Cole
>>
>> --- On Wed, 15/4/09, Stuart Monteith <stukato@stoo.me.uk> wrote:
>>
>>  
>>> From: Stuart Monteith <stukato@stoo.me.uk>
>>> Subject: Conference Call
>>> To: kato-spec@incubator.apache.org
>>> Date: Wednesday, 15 April, 2009, 6:28 PM
>>> Hello,
>>>    I would like to set up a conference call
>>> for next week. Using the following: https://www.webdialogs.com/ it 
>>> is possible to record
>>> the call and the screen of the person hosting the meeting.
>>> Anyone should be able to dial in, and if they wish, join the
>>> meeting to view, for example, a web browser with the
>>> JavaDoc. The recordings are in flash, but I'm sure we should
>>> be able to extract the audio and also transcribe it for
>>> posterity.
>>>
>>> If everyone is ok with this arrangement, I'd like to try
>>> and arrange it for sometime next week. I've not arranged an
>>> international conference call before, but can I suggest we
>>> use UTC to state the times? For instance, UK working time is
>>> currently 08:00 to 16:30 UTC.
>>>
>>> I estimate the time range from -7 UTC (California) through
>>> -1 UTC (UK) into +3 UTC (Moscow) and +5:30 (India). This is
>>> 12 1/2 hours. Please let me know if my estimate is
>>> incorrect.
>>>
>>> As I understand it the call would be to walk through the
>>> API and clarify any issues people may have it (that's my
>>> interpretation).
>>>
>>> Please let me know what you think about dates and times.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>    Stuart
>>>
>>> Steve Poole wrote:
>>>    
>>>> Ant, We'll try our best  to make this as open as
>>>>       
>>> possible - we should be
>>>    
>>>> able to record the call at the very least.
>>>>
>>>> On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 9:19 AM, ant elder <ant.elder@gmail.com>
>>>>       
>>> wrote:
>>>    
>>>>         
>>>>> On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 8:49 AM, Steve Poole 
>>>>> <spoole167@googlemail.com>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>             
>>>>>> On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 8:30 AM, Nicholas
>>>>>>           
>>> Sterling <
>>>    
>>>>>>                  
>>>>> Nicholas.Sterling@sun.com
>>>>>             
>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>                  
>>>    Steve, if we do end up having a concall,
>>> which I think would probably
>>>    
>>>>>>>                      
>>>>> help,
>>>>>             
>>>>>>> would you mind if I invited Alan Bateman
>>>>>>>             
>>> of the HotSpot team to attend?
>>>    
>>>>>>>                      
>>>>>> Sure that would be fine.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>                  
>>>>> I'm sure you all know that the dev list is the
>>>>>         
>>> preferred place for
>>>    
>>>>> communication in Apache projects so phone calls
>>>>>         
>>> can be frowned upon.
>>>    
>>>>> They're not unheard of though, other projects do
>>>>>         
>>> use them on occasion,
>>>    
>>>>> and in this particular circumstance to help
>>>>>         
>>> explain the Kato seed code
>>>    
>>>>> i think its ok. I'd hope that access would be open
>>>>>         
>>> to anyone and via a
>>>    
>>>>> publicized toll free number. Would also be great
>>>>>         
>>> to make a recording
>>>    
>>>>> of the call and put that up on the Kato website (i
>>>>>         
>>> know thats not
>>>    
>>>>> always possible to arrange).
>>>>>
>>>>>    ...ant
>>>>>
>>>>>              
>>>>          
>>
>>
>>         

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