1st Conf Call – Tues/Wed 3/26 & 3/27

Hi all,

I wanted to quickly schedule a couple of conf calls. Both will be scheduled for next week (one to cover Europe and one to cover APAC). Details are on our wiki under the current events page on the left hand side. If you would like me to send you the calendar appointment, please send me an email (address below).

Also, please notice I’m also suggesting that we add a F2F meeting in Tokyo during the Automotive Linux Summit and LinuxCon. My rationale for this is to cover both Europe and APAC since we have participants from both geos.

Conf Call #1: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:00 AM US Pacific Time
Conf Call #2: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:00 PM US Pacific Time

If you have additional topics please send me an email at adam . m . abramski at intel . com

Talk to you all next week,
Adam

5 Responses to 1st Conf Call – Tues/Wed 3/26 & 3/27

  1. Jorg Brakensiek says:

    Thanks Adam for organizing the calls. Are you still planning to have a F2F meeting in Barcelona April 22nd?

  2. Adam Abramski says:

    Hi Jorg,

    Yes. I’m shooting to have it both Monday and Tuesday April 22nd and 23rd in Barcelona and one day on Wed May 29th in Tokyo. For Barcelona I thought two days just to make sure we have enough time to get through what’s needed but I suspect we’ll discuss the agenda in our conf calls.

    Sincerely,
    Adam

  3. Lukas van der Kroft says:

    Please send me the calendar appointment.

  4. Raj says:

    Call in details for today’s call please..

    Thanks
    Raj

  5. Adam Abramski says:

    Raj,

    As the post above states, details are on our wiki under the current events page on the left hand side.

    Adam

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