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From Stuart Monteith <>
Subject Conference Call
Date Wed, 15 Apr 2009 17:28:18 GMT
    I would like to set up a conference call for next week. Using the 
following: it is possible to record
the call and the screen of the person hosting the meeting. Anyone should 
be able to dial in, and if they wish, join the meeting to view, for 
example, a web browser with the JavaDoc. The recordings are in flash, 
but I'm sure we should be able to extract the audio and also transcribe 
it for posterity.

If everyone is ok with this arrangement, I'd like to try and arrange it 
for sometime next week. I've not arranged an international conference 
call before, but can I suggest we use UTC to state the times? For 
instance, UK working time is currently 08:00 to 16:30 UTC.

I estimate the time range from -7 UTC (California) through -1 UTC (UK) 
into +3 UTC (Moscow) and +5:30 (India). This is 12 1/2 hours. Please let 
me know if my estimate is incorrect.

As I understand it the call would be to walk through the API and clarify 
any issues people may have it (that's my interpretation).

Please let me know what you think about dates and times.


Steve Poole wrote:
> Ant, We'll try our best  to make this as open as possible - we should be
> able to record the call at the very least.
> On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 9:19 AM, ant elder <> wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 8:49 AM, Steve Poole <>
>> wrote:
>>> On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 8:30 AM, Nicholas Sterling <
>>>> wrote:
>>>> Steve, if we do end up having a concall, which I think would probably
>> help,
>>>> would you mind if I invited Alan Bateman of the HotSpot team to attend?
>>> Sure that would be fine.
>> I'm sure you all know that the dev list is the preferred place for
>> communication in Apache projects so phone calls can be frowned upon.
>> They're not unheard of though, other projects do use them on occasion,
>> and in this particular circumstance to help explain the Kato seed code
>> i think its ok. I'd hope that access would be open to anyone and via a
>> publicized toll free number. Would also be great to make a recording
>> of the call and put that up on the Kato website (i know thats not
>> always possible to arrange).
>>   ...ant

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