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Re: [ontolog-forum] [CCT-Rep] Regular Calls

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From: Peter Yim <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 08:16:54 -0800
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Ref. the proposal of a regular call, since I did not get too many 
responses supporting that so far, I just wanted to let everyone know, 
at least, that there will not be a call (at either of the two proposed 
time slots, or any other) today.    (01)

The regular [ontolog] weekly conference call (see: 
http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2004_03_18) is 
still going to be held. We'll probably be putting some of these 
[CCT-Rep] issues on the agenda -- including whether or not we should 
have another regular call or another mailing list for the project -- 
and will talk about them then.    (02)

Cheers.  -ppy
--    (03)

Peter Yim wrote Mon, 15 Mar 2004 12:17:29 -0800:
> ...[snip]...
> 2. To really pace the project and keep its momentum, I would suggest 
> that we run a regular, but optional weekly conference call. The email 
> forum will still be the normative medium of communications (unless 
> otherwise stated) , but the weekly calls can provide a realtime 
> interaction for core team members and should improve on the 
> effectiveness of project progress (even if the exchange during the call 
> is not definitive). I suggest we aim at a 30 minute call (1 hour max) 
> each week for the core team members to sync up. Based on the good 
> turnout of the last call, may I suggest the two following time slots as 
> candidates:
>   (a) Thursdays 4:00 pm Pacific Standard Time -- this would mean 4:00 pm 
> in California; 7:00 pm in Washington DC (EST); 0:00 midnight in London; 
> 1:00 am in Berlin; and, 8:00am in both West Australia and Beijing; or
>   (b) Thursdays 3:00 pm Pacific Standard Time -- this would mean 3:00 pm 
> in California; 6:00 pm in Washington DC (EST); 11:00 pm in London; 0:00 
> midnight in Berlin; and, 7:00am in both West Australia and Beijing.
> Please respond and advise which would work (hopefully both) and which 
> would you prefer. If neither works for you, but you do want to 
> participate regularly, please propose some alternatives for consideration.    (04)

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