Does the current date/time of the meeting suit you?

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Kevin RUE

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Apr 12, 2021, 1:15:53 PMApr 12
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Hi everyone,

I just wanted to check with everyone whether the current date and time of the meeting (second Monday of each month at 2pm CET/CEST) is still a favorable choice for everyone wishing to attend, or whether anyone would benefit from a different day or time to participate in this monthly call.

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Personally, I will only be able to attend the first half 1pm-1:30pm (UK time, GMT/BST) of the next two meetings (May and June), due to teaching sessions starting at 1:30pm UK time.
My days of teaching are a bit unpredictable from one cycle to another, but my Friday afternoons are always clear of teaching, if that resonates with anyone.

Happy to hear from others. In the meantime, everything stays the way it currently is.

If there are requests for change, we can consider arranging a Doodle poll to find out a potential new day/time for the meeting.

All the best,
Kevin

Drnevich, Jenny

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Apr 12, 2021, 3:00:38 PMApr 12
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I could not do any earlier than 2 pm CEST, but I could do any day of the week between 2 pm and 5 pm CEST. I could easily be persuaded to move it from Monday – 7 am Monday morning for me is a bit rough!

 

Cheers,
Jenny

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Kevin RUE

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Apr 20, 2021, 12:06:06 PMApr 20
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Hi everyone,

Just to follow up on this. 

Since only Jenny and I raised interest in potentially considering another day/time, and since the current day and time are not deal breakers for any of us, it's better to leave things as they are for now.

Best wishes
Kevin
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