Andrew Boyd wrote:
> At 09:45 09/06/98 +0200, Cecilia wrote:
> >Can someone tell the european time also?
> >I´m sitting in Sweden.
> Hello Cecilia (and other interested parties in Europe),
> I am sitting on GMT -10 hours. Most of the Americans are at -15 to -18
> relative to me, or 5-8 hours behind GMT (I think?). Someone correct me if
> I am wrong, but I think that it unfortunately means that Europeans are
> effectively excluded by virtue of the regular sessions taking place in the
> early hours of Saturday Morning, which is a pity. Unless you are an
> insomniac or a Computer Science Student, that is. Being both, I myself am
> more likely to be asleep at 4 in the afternoon than 2 in the morning with
> exams coming up fast, these things happen.
> The original times were decided by the people who organised the channel 18
> or so months ago. This is not to say that the time is immutable or that
> people may not use the channel at other times, far from it. :)
> Please feel free to organise other Europeans to meet at a more convenient
> time and sort out a regular "Euro-#rml" session - that way it will be
> available to more people. I will certainly make it when I can.
> Best Regards, Andrew
> Andrew Boyd - andrew at pcug.org.au - http://www.tip.net.au/~andrew
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