[openstack-dev] [Ironic] Proposing new meeting times
Lucas Alvares Gomes
lucasagomes at gmail.com
Tue Nov 18 09:56:05 UTC 2014
On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 1:00 AM, Devananda van der Veen
<devananda.vdv at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As discussed in Paris and at today's IRC meeting  we are going to be
> alternating the time of the weekly IRC meetings to accommodate our
> contributors in EMEA better. No time will be perfect for everyone, but as it
> stands, we rarely (if ever) see our Indian, Chinese, and Japanese
> contributors -- and it's quite hard for any of the AU / NZ folks to attend.
> I'm proposing two sets of times below. Please respond with a "-1" vote to an
> option if that option would cause you to miss ALL meetings, or a "+1" vote
> if you can magically attend ALL the meetings. If you can attend, without
> significant disruption, at least one of the time slots in a proposal, please
> do not vote either for or against it. This way we can identify a proposal
> which allows everyone to attend at a minimum 50% of the meetings, and
> preferentially weight towards one that allows more contributors to attend
> two meetings.
> This link shows the local times in some major coutries / timezones around
> the world (and you can customize it to add your own).
> For reference, the current meeting time is 1900 UTC.
> Option #1: alternate between Monday 1900 UTC && Tuesday 0900 UTC. I like
> this because 1900 UTC spans all of US and western EU, while 0900 combines EU
> and EMEA. Folks in western EU are "in the middle" and can attend all
> Option #2: alternate between Monday 1700 UTC && Tuesday 0500 UTC. I like
> this because it shifts the current slot two hours earlier, making it easier
> for eastern EU to attend without excluding the western US, and while 0500
> UTC is not so late that US west coast contributors can't attend (it's 9PM
> for us), it is harder for western EU folks to attend. There's really no one
> in the middle here, but there is at least a chance for US west coast and
> EMEA to overlap, which we don't have at any other time.
> I'll collate all the responses to this thread during the week, ahead of next
> week's regularly-scheduled meeting.
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