[openstack-dev] [Ironic] how about those alternating meeting times?
jim at jimrollenhagen.com
Mon Jul 13 18:49:57 UTC 2015
On Mon, Jul 13, 2015 at 06:41:55PM +0000, Devananda van der Veen wrote:
> This is a much-overdue follow up to this poll, which got 17 responses.
> So, though it saddens me, I would like to propose that we change back to a
> single meeting time effective the week following our midcycle (Aug 10th).
> That will give folks two meetings in each timeslot between now and then to
> become aware of, and raise any issues with, this change.
+1 for moving back to single meeting time, +2 for this being sad. I
really wish we could include folks in those timezones, but it has proven
to be mostly ineffective within the project.
> On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 6:14 PM Michael Davies <michael at the-davies.net>
> > On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 9:08 AM, Ruby Loo <rlooyahoo at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Maybe the question is better posed to those folks -- was it useful or
> >> not? And if not, why? Because the date/time still didn't work, or because
> >> not enough (or the right persons) weren't there so their issues of interest
> >> weren't discussed, or they wouldn't have attended anyway, or ? And if it
> >> was useful, for how many was it useful? (Devananda's poll will capture some
> >> of that info.)
> > I found it useful - it's nice to be awake at meeting time :)
> > There's certainly a subset of the team that I never overlap with now,
> > which is a shame, but timezones present challenges for a geographically
> > dispersed team.
> > Previously the meeting was at 4:30am (or 5:30am depending upon daylight
> > savings), which was quite hard, but I did make it most weeks. The new
> > timeslot of 2:30am/pm (3:30am/pm) is certainly only achievable for me every
> > other week (no surprises for guessing which one :)
> > I think it's great that we try and accommodate contributors from all
> > around the globe!
> > Michael...
> > --
> > Michael Davies michael at the-davies.net
> > Rackspace Cloud Builders Australia
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