[openstack-dev] [Nova] Future meeting times

Joe Gordon joe.gordon0 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 18 19:31:26 UTC 2013

On Dec 18, 2013 6:38 AM, "Russell Bryant" <rbryant at redhat.com> wrote:
> Greetings,
> The weekly Nova meeting [1] has been held on Thursdays at 2100 UTC.
> I've been getting some requests to offer an alternative meeting time.
> I'd like to try out alternating the meeting time between two different
> times to allow more people in our global development team to attend
> meetings and engage in some real-time discussion.
> I propose the alternate meeting time as 1400 UTC.  I realize that
> doesn't help *everyone*, but it should be an improvement for some,
> especially for those in Europe.
> If we proceed with this, we would meet at 2100 UTC on January 2nd, 1400
> UTC on January 9th, and alternate from there.  Note that we will not be
> meeting at all on December 26th as a break for the holidays.
> If you can't attend either of these times, please note that the meetings
> are intended to be supplementary to the openstack-dev mailing list.  In
> the meetings, we check in on status, raise awareness of important
> issues, and progress some discussions with real-time debate, but the
> most important discussions and decisions will always be brought to the
> openstack-dev mailing list, as well.  With that said, active Nova
> contributors are always encouraged to attend and participate if they are
> able.
> Comments welcome, especially some acknowledgement that there are people
> that would attend the alternate meeting time.  :-)

I am fine with this, but I will never be attending the 1400 UTC meetings,
as I live in utc-8

> Thanks,
> [1] https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/Nova
> --
> Russell Bryant
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