IRC Developer Meeting - August 17, 2011
chris at growl.info
Wed Aug 10 17:13:25 UTC 2011
I think the website I linked to has a limit of 10 or so time zones, but I don't think you'll hit that.
I would go ahead and add the US time zones since there are 3 that matter I think for adium (eastern, central, west, I do not think mountain comes into play). You can add these with the following cities: San Francisco, CA. Houston, TX. Atlanta, GA.
That should hopefully get you started.
On Aug 10, 2011, at 12:06 PM, Patrick Steinhardt wrote:
> Yeah, that's why I ask to move it around a bit as I have to get up just three hours after the meeting finishes (hell, I've been near to dead today).
> On Aug 10, 2011, at 7:04 PM, Eric Richie wrote:
>> Starting at midnight on a weekday won't ever be an option for me
>> because I have to be at work in the morning.
>> On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 1:00 PM, Patrick Steinhardt <steinhardt.p at me.com> wrote:
>>> After all I chose 6am as this is suitable for US and EU. In US it will range
>>> from 9pm to 1am, which is still preferable over 2am. And yeah, I have to
>>> wait for feedback from those in EU for now as I know 6am won't suit
>>> But even if we cannot make it perfect we can try to optimize time for most
>>> people. And in my opinion my proposal is a step in the right direction. But
>>> that's my opinion.
>>> And how can it be less than optimal to ask everyone what he thinks of my
>>> On Aug 10, 2011, at 6:51 PM, Chris Forsythe wrote:
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