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Poll: Interest for a second meeting time allowing people in the Americas to join

asked 2019-10-17 12:37:48 +0300

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In the past community members from the Americas have complained that the Community meeting on IRC is not a a good time for them.

I have raised this issue in the meeting and it was suggested we do a poll to see how many people would be interested in attending a meeting at an alternate time.

Times that have been suggested include:

  • 20:00 UTC
  • 15:00 UTC
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answered 2019-10-24 00:18:50 +0300

Keeper-of-the-Keys gravatar image

I guess interest for another time is not high after all...

(The idea I proposed was that since the meeting is every other week have the time be early/late [in UTC timezone] every other week)

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every time we have tried this, nobody from these regions turns up, either from lack of interest or lack of knowledge

r0kk3rz ( 2019-10-24 06:02:24 +0300 )edit
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I just remembered that people had in the past complained about the time being impossible for them so I tried giving them a voice.

I just hope that the lack of response is not due to these people having moved on and left us.

Keeper-of-the-Keys ( 2019-10-24 09:37:02 +0300 )edit

I have most often seen this come up on IRC. Maybe the interested parties don't frequent TJC often. Asking on people on IRC to comment on this issue may help?

KuroNeko ( 2019-10-25 02:01:47 +0300 )edit

Actual results could vary depending on several factors. pubg game

patsm00re18 ( 2019-10-25 04:33:37 +0300 )edit
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