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In order to accomodate US west coast and England, I think a noon-1pm time slot would be the best.  This also has the advantage of a free lunch for local people -- maybe we can subsidize breakfast/dinner for those calling in ;)
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In order to accomodate US west coast and England, I think a noon-1pm EST time slot would be the best.  This also has the advantage of a free lunch for local people -- maybe we can subsidize breakfast/dinner for those calling in ;)
Since I assume people have more flexible schedules over the summer, I'd like to just propose the noon-1 timeslot times and see if we can get a day that works for everyone (whose interested in attending the meeting anyway)  The days would be the 2nd weekday of the month, see below.
Since I assume people have more flexible schedules over the summer, I'd like to just propose the noon-1 timeslot times and see if we can get a day that works for everyone (whose interested in attending the meeting anyway)  The days would be the 2nd weekday of the month, see below.

Revision as of 14:28, 2 June 2006

In order to accomodate US west coast and England, I think a noon-1pm EST time slot would be the best. This also has the advantage of a free lunch for local people -- maybe we can subsidize breakfast/dinner for those calling in ;)

Since I assume people have more flexible schedules over the summer, I'd like to just propose the noon-1 timeslot times and see if we can get a day that works for everyone (whose interested in attending the meeting anyway) The days would be the 2nd weekday of the month, see below.

Put your name in one/more category:

I CANNOT make 2nd Monday of the month @noon

I CANNOT make 2nd Tuesday of the month @noon

I CANNOT make 2nd Wednesday of the month @noon

I CANNOT make 2nd Thursday of the month @noon

I CANNOT make 2nd Friday of the month @noon

I CAN make them all

I am on the steering committee


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