Somebody whose name Windows Mail has garbled said:
Option 2) Create new timeshift for 23:00 UTC. This seems to get the widest support globally. However, India (Our beloved Evo team) would be left out. I discussed with Srag, and they were unable to attend the old timeshift meeting anyway and for them regular time meetings are best. They said they would be comfortable with missing a timeshift meeting.
FYI: 23:00 UTC = 6 p.m. for you folks in the U.S. Midwest and Mexico, and late evening (after Rodrigo's television shows) in Europe and 9 a.m. in Sydney, land of the Magnus.
I support this. I'm unable to attend many meetings at all, because the normal meeting time is during school for me and the timeshift is at 5 or so in the morning (I'm on the U.S. Gulf Coast, Central Time).
Having a meeting in the afternoon/evening for the timeshift meeting will work out best for me, so I'm throwing my support towards this. -- Kevin "Yeaux" Dupuy - openSUSE Member Public Mail - firstname.lastname@example.org Meet Bob Barr - Libertarian for President http://www.BobBarr2008.com