Final Change! (was: Re: [Marketing] New meeting time suggested!)
Arnulf Christl (OSGeo)
arnulf.christl at wheregroup.com
Tue Apr 8 08:18:28 EDT 2008
Ahrg - this is the final call. Jeroen cannot make it on Friday, so we move to Thursday / Wednesday respectively and half an hour later.
Seattle * Wed 11:30 PM
Vancouver * Wed 11:30 PM
Berlin * Thu 8:30 AM
Tokyo Thu 3:30 PM
Sydney Thu 4:30 PM
Toronto * Thu 2:30 AM
New York * Thu 2:30 AM
I changed the Wiki accordingly:
"Regular" meeting, hehe...
Please observe that FOSS4G 2008 goes on air now and we should dedicate some energy to help spread word and make that event look worthy traveling half around the world!
Arnulf Christl wrote:
> Michael P. Gerlek wrote:
>> 11pm Thursday for me, I'm all over it...
> Hehe, finally I managed to confuse all.
> For mpg its Thursday, for the rest of us its Friday and on the Wiki it
> says Wednesday. So what should we do?
> I suggest keeping the timeanddate URL and changing the day to say
> Friday. Is that reasonable? It gives us two more days to think about
> what we do to the logos and the communication plan. First agenda item
> will be to appoint at time zone manager. :-)
> So now it is:
> Seattle * Thu 11:00 PM
> Vancouver * Thu 11:00 PM
> Berlin * Fri 8:00 AM
> Tokyo Fri 3:00 PM
> Sydney Fri 4:00 PM
> The Ouch-ones:
> Toronto * Fri 2:00 AM
> New York * Fri 2:00 AM
> Regards, Arnulf.
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: marketing-bounces at lists.osgeo.org
>>> [mailto:marketing-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Tyler
>>> Mitchell (OSGeo)
>>> Sent: Monday, April 07, 2008 1:08 PM
>>> To: arnulf at osgeo.org
>>> Cc: OSGeo Marketing
>>> Subject: Re: [Marketing] New meeting time suggested!
>>> On 7-Apr-08, at 1:59 AM, Arnulf Christl (OSGeo) wrote:
>>>> to better accommodate Australia, Asia and Europe it was suggested
>>>> to rotate meeting times. Please check whether this works for you:
>>> I'm glad to hear you've come around ;-)
>>> I fixed the day in the timeanddate.com url. I suggest it rotate
>>> every two meetings - so that no one has to stay up too late (or get
>>> up too early) for more than a couple weeks in a row.
>>> The suggested time should be okay for me for this week.
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Arnulf Benno Christl
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