We used to have an official time but I have no idea what that is anymore.
Bjorn Straube wrote:
> "American resident" huh? Now I wonder whom you might of been thinking about
> Andrew ;) Well, I try to be online at about 9:30 pm EST on Fri. For each time
> zone east subtract an hour. By my reckoning that makes it to be about 5:30 pm in
> the "granola state" ;) For those points west of that (Hawaii) ask Mach, I don't
> have a clue. Please keep in mind that sometimes when I log on, nobody shows for
> an hour (rare) other times there are already a few there. If nobody is there,
> send and email to the list stating that you are there, someone should show soon.
> I usually just read email while I wait
> Andrew Boyd wrote:
> > Hi Stephen, yes, it is a bizarre Aussie time, lunchtime on a Saturday here
> > - it equates to Friday evening in the USA, which explains why most of the
> > regulars are Americans (or American residents anyhow ;) ).
> > Could a couple of the US regulars please let Stephen know what time they
> > usually go on? Maybe they could (please) repeat that info here so that I
> > can update the (unofficial) #rml webpage with the new time(s).
> > An equally unofficial disclaimer: like this mailing list, the IRC channel
> > #rml is made up of people who keep fish but do not always want to talk
> > about fish, it is more lighthearted and spammy as befits the medium
> > (although those of you that wanted to know the secret of breeding Ps.
> > mellis may have wanted to be there for what Cary had to say on Saturday)
> > ;)
> > Cheers, Andrew
> > On Mon, 8 Jun 1998, Stephen Boulet-CSB046 wrote:
> > > By the way, are these things regularly scheduled? And is it at some bizzare
> > > Australian time? :)
> > >
> > > -- Stephen
> > >
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