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Hi All,

Mas has brought up changing the time or day or both of our QA call so I was hoping everyone who regularly participates will comment so we get an idea of where people stand. Ideally of course our goal is to get as many people involved who can contribute to our multitude of projects but, time zones makes it impossible to accommodate everyone and I don't think teams are big enough to do more than 1 call at this point.

The suggestion was moving it an hour later on Friday or on another day.

So for me - and please don't be swayed because of my schedule ;) An hour later on any day becomes very difficult for me but even the current time might not work once I start school on 2013/08/12. The current time is 6am for me and looking at my schedule Friday *should* work barring problems at that time but there is no guarantee. As I start school I'll be evaluating what is possible in terms of volunteer time but I hope to stay equally involved or close to the current level going forward.

So my vote or 2 cents - keep current time and day as it's really the only time that *should* work for me at least for this semester. That being said - if others disagree feel free to change the day/time and if I can't attend then oh well - Robinson's great minutes will keep me in the loop and I'll still be able to contribute through IRC and ML.

Thanks all!

Warm Regards,

P.S. Another option is to have a US call later in the day maybe once a month to go over the "normal" call and get more people in our timezones involved with projects - if this is a possibility then I can give everyone my school schedule and hopefully with only a +/-3 hour we can find some time that works. I know right now it's Mas, Robinson and myself in the US timezones - everyone else is European I believe.

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