[EuroPython] Re: PROPOSE: IRC meetings

Paul Everitt paul@zope-europe.org
Wed, 19 Feb 2003 16:09:16 +0100

We'll *never* find a universally convenient time. :^)

I propose that a couple of us try to be available at multiple times, to 
get this process bootstrapped.  Since all the organizers are in Europe, 
it makes IRC appointment times easier.

For the next few days, I'll make sure I'm in #europython on 
irc.freenode.net at 10h00 and 17h00 gmt+1 (paris).  If anybody that is 
organizing the conference can drop by, we can start getting some work 
done together in real time.

To repeat:

     Each day
     #europython in irc.freenode.net
     10h00 and/or 17h00 gmt+1 (Paris)

Tom, I'm particularly interested in taking some of the work off your 


On Tuesday, Feb 18, 2003, at 15:30 Europe/Paris, Michael Hudson wrote:

> "M.-A. Lemburg" <mal@lemburg.com> writes:
>> Michael Hudson wrote:
>>> "M.-A. Lemburg" <mal@lemburg.com> writes:
>>>> Paul Everitt wrote:
>>>>> I'd like to propose that we schedule some IRC meetings where the
>>>>> organizers get together and work through issues.  Basically:
>>>>> 1) Write an agenda beforehand.
>>>>> 2) Have regularly-scheduled times.  (Otherwise scheduling becomes a
>>>>> 100 email hassle.)
>>>> Why not use the same time as last year: Mondays 17:00 CET on 
>>>> #europython.
>>> If that translates to 1600 GMT (I think it does :-) I'm busy then.
>> (it does)
>> Ok, then how about 18:00 CET with meetings limited to one hour.
> Not massively convenient for me -- my 1600 GMT commitment has a
> tendency to drag on a bit -- but not too bad, and I guess it's not
> that important that I'm at all of all of the meetings.
> Cheers,
> M.
> -- 
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