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    SubjectRe: LSE conference call
    On Tue, Apr 22, 2003 at 06:49:41PM +0100, John Bradford wrote:
    > > In light of our speaker sleeping through the meeting and
    > > the fact that kernel hackers tend not to be awake early
    > > in the morning I propose moving the time of the call to
    > > 1pm Pacific Time (GMT-0800).
    >
    > 10 PM U.K. time is no problem for me.

    I think Hanna meant 1:00PM PDT (GMT-0700) With UK on DST it
    is still 8 hours difference. I think that also puts it
    around 6-8AM down under.

    > > Originally we chose 9:30am to encourage people in Europe and
    > > India to attend. However, the time change has not increased
    > > attendance so I think we should move it to a more reasonable
    > > time for North American Continental dwellers who are the
    > > main attendees.
    > >
    > > Any comments? Debate? Hate mail?
    >
    > Flame war? :-)
    >
    > John.
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