Re: Moving this Monday's IRC to 14:30UTC


After various discussions, and to better accommodate people at GUADEC, we will postpone the start of this Monday's IRC meeting to 14:30 UTC for this coming Monday only.

I think it would be useful to take opportunity of GUADEC to "get the
word out".  Perhaps arrangements could be made, for example, to print
out a notice that gets handed out with the fliers people get when they
register.  If the focus of the meeting is geared towards something of
general accessibility interest, such as promoting GOPA, then it would
be more likely that people with a more casual interest would attend.
Might be good to take the opportunity to get people more interested in
accessibility in general.


Afterwards, we can discuss ideas for changing the time, which is going to be fun now that I've finally just gotten used to the current time. ;-)


Bryen wrote:
On Wed, 2008-07-02 at 15:11 +1000, Jason White wrote:
On Wed, Jul 02, 2008 at 08:41:17AM +1000, Luke Yelavich wrote:
Any objections to pushing our regular meeting back 2 hours from 13:30UTC to 15:30UTC to see if we can entice some mainstream developers to join?
Other than the fact that I won't be able to make it at this time, no, not
from me.
At 1:30 AM local time I sympathize completely. Even 1300 UTC (2300 local time here in eastern Australia at the moment) is getting rather late, but it isn't
out of the question in the way that 1500 or 1530 UTC are.

Maybe when we have some time, we should re-address the regular meeting
time previously agreed upon.  Here in the US it is fairly early in the
morning (9:30 a.m. on the east coast and 6:30 a.m. on the West coast.)
That's difficult for commuters and late sleepers.

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