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Florian Effenberger Florian Effenberger
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time for next board call

Hello,

the next scheduled board call would be Easter Monday, March 28, which is
a public holiday and a "long weekend" in many countries.

Some might not be available for the board call (including myself, as I
have plans with the family and filed two vacation days), but we should
not skip the call entirely.

How's the board's availability? I can prepare my things and e-mail them
in advance, and at least try to join via phone (though no guarantees).
If more people aren't available, looking at the previous poll, an
alternate date and time could be

        Thursday, March 31, 1800 Berlin time
        (Note that daylight savings kick in around that week)

Would that work for everyone? If it's more complicated, I setup a
poll... ;-)

Thanks,
Florian

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Michael Meeks-5 Michael Meeks-5
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Re: time for next board call


On Tue, 2016-03-15 at 12:56 +0100, Florian Effenberger wrote:
> the next scheduled board call would be Easter Monday, March 28, which is
> a public holiday and a "long weekend" in many countries.
...
> How's the board's availability ?

        Pretty terrible from the previous poll =) Can we not move this one week
in either direction - slipping the cadence from two-weekly to weekly or
having a three-week gap ?

        ATB,

                Michael.

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Re: time for next board call

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Hello,

Florian Effenberger wrote on 2016-03-15 at 12:56:

> the next scheduled board call would be Easter Monday, March 28, which is
> a public holiday and a "long weekend" in many countries.
[..]
> If more people aren't available, looking at the previous poll, an
> alternate date and time could be
>
>      Thursday, March 31, 1800 Berlin time
>      (Note that daylight savings kick in around that week)

Michael proposed to shift by one week in one or the other direction, and
I haven't heard any other feedback.

Today doesn't work for a couple of reasons, so let's shift the call

        from Monday, March 28, 1700 Berlin time
        to Monday, April 4, 1700 Berlin time

The next regular call afterwards is then just one week later
        Monday, April 11, 1700 Berlin time

Note that daylight savings kick in around this time.

Florian

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