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On 07/26/2013 10:24 AM, Robinson Tryon wrote:
On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 10:35 AM, Joel Madero <> wrote:
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.

Personally, I think the NA area needs to be tapped for more talent...
both for QA, and in other areas. A monthly US call sounds like a good
place to start.

What do people think about first Friday of the month?  (August 2nd is
1 week from now)

If we can get at least 4-6 people involved I'm +1 on that - I prefer a little later than our current regular call if possible (6am sucks). Here is my schedule starting August 12th:

Keep in mind that I actually start ~2 hours before the earliest class because of the train so early is a no go - Fridays between noon - 5pm PST seem like a good starting point for me but open to other times/days that fit into that schedule.

Now the question is - how do we reach out to the NA community and say "we need to balance out our teams!" - a couple people from the triage contest were from the US - wonder if they'd be interested.


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