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  1. If I may offer a humble suggestion -

    This week is a very difficult week to hold an event that requires worldwide time synchronization. Why? Because the United States is STILL on Daylight Saving Time, while most if not all of Europe has moved to Standard Time. This means that some of the European participants, used to the usual 8/9 hour difference, may chime in at the wrong time (I’m not sure whether they’d jump in an hour early or an hour late; I’m not good on such conversions.)

    If it’s not too late, you might want to note that the event will take place at 2230 GMT, just so there’s no confusion.

  2. If I may offer a humble suggestion -

    This week is a very difficult week to hold an event that requires worldwide time synchronization. Why? Because the United States is STILL on Daylight Saving Time, while most if not all of Europe has moved to Standard Time. This means that some of the European participants, used to the usual 8/9 hour difference, may chime in at the wrong time (I’m not sure whether they’d jump in an hour early or an hour late; I’m not good on such conversions.)

    If it’s not too late, you might want to note that the event will take place at 2230 GMT, just so there’s no confusion.

  3. Robert,

    Did this still go off? With today’s BIG news with Google and OpenSocial, I think the MicorMedia got lost in the shuffle.
    I think the future of MicroMedia is JSON but I may be biased!

  4. Robert,

    Did this still go off? With today’s BIG news with Google and OpenSocial, I think the MicorMedia got lost in the shuffle.
    I think the future of MicroMedia is JSON but I may be biased!