Weekly developers' meeting

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Weekly developers' meeting

Post by Bjørn » 26 Dec 2004, 13:57

It'd be good to have a weekly event where all the developers are together, because often issues arise on the IRC channel that could use everybody's opinion. Such an event could help in settling overal decisions. Often there will be a short list of things do be discussed, and anybody can bring additional issues to the table.

For this we need a certain time and day of the week. I'm assuming in the weekend would work best. Now most of us live in Europe but I realize some are from the other side of the world. The current proposal is either of

Friday evening 21:00 GMT (Saturday morning for NZ people)
Saturday evening 21:00 GMT (Sunday morning for NZ people)

Could every team member clearly try to state his preference, or any other proposal if there's a problem with either of these? Thanks!
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Post by Shura » 26 Dec 2004, 14:11

i'm all for the first proposal: 21GMT on Friday. could be a little earlier though since it might be possible that a lot of us often go out around this time (GMT+1 here). still, i think this would suit us best so far.
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 26 Dec 2004, 15:13

I agree with Alex, especially regarding the proposal to do it a little earlier
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Post by Bjørn » 05 Jan 2005, 22:30

Ok well what a swell response! I can already feel this meeting is going to be a great success.

Well because all the people that responded voted to do it a little earlier, let's have the first meeting at 20:00 GMT/UTC, this Friday! Please try to keep your evening free (maybe an hour or so) and be sure to make up a list of issues to discuss.

Hope to see you all there! :-)

For Dutch, German and Italian dudes, this is indeed 21:00 in the evening. For those living in Israel, this is 22:00. All others will have to do some calculations for themselves. ;-)
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Post by Rotonen » 06 Jan 2005, 02:41

Sneaky that you only mentioned Israel.. ;)
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Post by Herman » 06 Jan 2005, 02:52

17:00 to all the chileans on the dev team :roll:
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Post by Bjørn » 14 Jan 2005, 14:50

Ok, the last meeting was a success I think (even though I'm still waiting for the notules to appear online...), and this evening (for Europeans at least) is the next!

So for all TMW devs, come to #manaworld-dev at 20:00 GMT.
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Post by Bjørn » 04 Feb 2005, 16:31

I just want to note that this meeting is supposed to be weekly, wether it is announced on this forum or not. I also want to note that tonight at 20:00 GMT regular time, is the next one.
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 04 Feb 2005, 16:54

I'll be there :D
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Post by zenogais » 09 Feb 2005, 14:54

I'm sorry to announce, but I probably won't be able to make the devs meetings except once in a great while. I'll try to make up for this by keeping a frequent presence in the #manaworld and #manaworld-dev channels.
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Post by Bjørn » 09 Feb 2005, 20:45

Ok, that's unfortunate. Maybe you will find it nice to know we've kept meeting minutes last time, and we plan to keep this up. They are committed to CVS and can be read at docs/meetings/.
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Post by maci » 10 Feb 2005, 01:27

yeah this is a really good thingy for ppl who missed the dv meeting or are just interested
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Post by Kyokai » 17 Feb 2005, 00:27

so is that 4:00 pm (16:00) US eastern time? I've always been a bit confused by GMT.
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Post by Bjørn » 17 Feb 2005, 03:16

Kyokai wrote:so is that 4:00 pm (16:00) US eastern time? I've always been a bit confused by GMT.
After a quick look at http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/, and clicking to US timezones, it told me the following:

EST (Eastern Standard Time) = GMT-5

So I guess the meeting being at 20:00 GMT will mean that's 15:00 EST.
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Post by Kyokai » 17 Feb 2005, 05:38

many thanks, Bjorn.
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