[llvm-dev] Thoughts on alternate meeting time slots for the RISC-V LLVM sync-up?

Evandro Menezes via llvm-dev llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Apr 1 09:06:24 PDT 2021

I have a conflict and have been trying to attend both calls at the same time, but it's not feasible for me.

I'd appreciate even small changes to the time, like an hour earlier or later, or changing the weekly beat from this week to the next week.

I've been polled before with an online tool to allow voting on the best schedule, but I don't recall which one.  Perhaps others could chime in.

Thank you,

Evandro Menezes ◊ SiFive ◊ Austin, TX

> On Apr 1, 2021, at 9:33, Alex Bradbury via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> As you may know, we currently hold a RISC-V LLVM contributor call on
> alternating Thursday's at 4pm UK local time (4pm UTC or BST depending
> on daylight savings). We've stuck to this slot for rather a long time
> now, but there have been a few suggestions recently that we consider
> alternate slots.
> It may be that we're already making the best trade-off we can (I also
> understand that GCC now has a RISC-V call on the week that we don't in
> the same slot, so there are some disadvantages to moving), but it
> would be good to check.
> Please reach out to me (directly or in response to this post on
> llvm-dev) if it's currently the case that you'd like to attend the
> RISC-V call but can't, and give an indication of the sort of changes
> that might fix it (e.g. if timezones make it impossible so a totally
> different time is needed, or a smaller shift would fix it).
> Another possibility would be to alternate between two slots, perhaps
> where one of those slots is at a time that's friendlier to the UTC+8
> timezones.
> I'll mention this in Monday's LLVM Weekly to ensure a wide audience,
> and if it looks like there's hope of finding a time that makes more
> people happy than unhappy I'll try a Doodle poll or similar.
> Best,
> Alex
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