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[oslo] following or not following the DST changes for our meeting time


Good point, I considered the Europe DST, as the origin of the discussion
was mostly from European people of the team.

Is it fit well for you all?

Le jeu. 19 nov. 2020 à 14:54, Andreas Jaeger <aj at suse.com> a écrit :

> On 16.11.20 14:50, Herve Beraud wrote:
> > Hello Oslofolk,
> >
> > As discussed during our previous meeting, at each DST change, the agenda
> > of some of us conflicting with our Oslo meeting time slot, this thread
> > just wants to propose a solution to avoid that.
> >
> > We could just move our meeting time when DST changes, and then move back
> > to this slot once DST is back.
> >
> > Right now our meeting time is UTC based, we suppose that UTC is required
> > because of the OpenStack meeting tooling.
> >
> > By following that we will get the following time slots:
> >
> > - meeting time slot when DST start: 5:00pm UTC
> >
> > - meeting time slot when DST end: 4:00pm UTC
> >
> > Does it fit well for you?
>
> Just one comment: Which country are you taking as reference? as an
> example DST in Europe, US, and Australia are at totally different times...
>
> so, best to clarify what you take as reference to avoid confusion -
> especially for those few weeks when the US has DST but Europe not -
> leaving the southern hemisphere out of this,
>
> Andreas
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