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This page was created to schedule TU meetings.
 
This page was created to schedule TU meetings.
  
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'''Please, add your name below and the time/day that fits best for you.'''
 
'''Please, add your name below and the time/day that fits best for you.'''
  
* Hugo Doria - 22/23 November - Night (GMT - 3)
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'''Please specify your availability in UTC/GMT.'''
* Daenyth    - 15/16 and maybe others. Daytime and into early night, GMT-5
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* angvp      - 22/23 or 29/30 I will be on GMT +1, (travelling to Spain/Italy in these days but i will have internet connection)
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For example:
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If you're available tomorrow at 8 am Eastern Standard Time. Post 13:00.
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sh$ date -u -d 'tomorrow 8am est'
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Sat Feb  6 13:00:00 UTC 2010
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'''This site might help if someone is unsure about the time: [http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/ GMT clock]'''
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|style="font-weight: bold;padding-right:50px"|Nick
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|style="font-weight: bold;padding-right:70px"|15-16 Nov
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|style="font-weight: bold;padding-right:70px"|22-23 Nov
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|style="font-weight: bold;padding-right:70px;"|29-30 Nov
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Revision as of 18:06, 26 September 2012

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Reason: please use the first argument of the template to provide a brief explanation. (Discuss in Talk:TU Meeting#)

This page was created to schedule TU meetings.

Next meeting can be at:

  • 15/16 November
  • 22/23 November
  • 29/30 November

And we should discuss the results of the pkgstats script and the direction for the [community] repo.

Please, add your name below and the time/day that fits best for you.

Please specify your availability in UTC/GMT.

For example:

If you're available tomorrow at 8 am Eastern Standard Time. Post 13:00.

sh$ date -u -d 'tomorrow 8am est'
Sat Feb  6 13:00:00 UTC 2010

This site might help if someone is unsure about the time: GMT clock

Nick 15-16 Nov 22-23 Nov 29-30 Nov
Name Time Time Time