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Hi Marc,

Marc Paré wrote on 2011-07-12 09.35:

I was thinking about this again today and wonder if it may not be better
to first pick on a common day and not worry about the time. We could
Doodle the time(s) for the next few confcalls and then settle on an
agreed time later. I think it will just be too difficult to get on an
agreeable time if you are looking for NA participation or even South
American participation. The EU and S/N American time zones are so

The NA Community model seems to work well and we are now meeting the
second Monday of the month and we now have 6 participants (hopefully
more with future meetings).

I just think looking for a common agreed time will be hard to get as a
fixed-time agreement.

that indeed has been also one of my concerns. For the SC calls, however,
it worked out. Agreeing on a day without a time might be problematic,
e.g. many people can do Friday already in the afternoon, but during the
week only in the evening.

My proposal would be to wait how many participants we have at all in the
poll. If there is no common agreement, or to less participation, we can
try out another model.


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