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Re: Reminder about Author's meeting



with the greatest respect, meeting times are usually issued in UTC/GMT with
a link to convert to local time... That is why we have UTC.

I have no idea of USA Oregan Time, nor Pacific Time (with the GMT -07:00)
really means. I've done these conversions for meetings sooooo many wrong in
the past, that we just agree "the meeting is at xx:yy UTC, now go figure it

An easy way for this is to use timeworld link, heck... it even keeps up
with daylight saving time :)

Here is one link, that we use for our meetings on lubuntu.


It shows quite clearly on the wiki page ..


I hope that helps, I'm one of the admins for lubuntu - please do not shout
at me when I try to help on the areas I know of :)



On 27 June 2013 02:52, Jim Connett <jimandmarcy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Just a quick reminder that our author's meeting for 13.10 will be on
> Saturday, June 29th at 9AM (GMT -07:00) Pacific Time.  Please use
> http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html and in the "Select
> time and place to convert from" section, enter in June 29th, 9AM and select
> USA - Oregon - Portland, then choose *your *location/timezone to see the
> time of the meeting in your locale.
> We'll be meeting in the #ubuntu-manual channel of IRC.
> See you there!
> --Jim
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