We are in that time of the year where we get timezone dislocation because the DST rules of the US and Europe don’t match. (For a while they were almost synced up, and then the US passed the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the DST changes of which made little difference to energy consumption but inconvenienced a whole load of people.)
However, that does mean that the Mozilla Monday Meeting is an hour earlier – i.e., at 6pm UK time, instead of the usual 7pm, and 7pm Western European time, instead of the usual 8pm. Hopefully, this week at least, it might be a bit more accessible for people.
I would encourage Europeans who don’t normally take part in the meeting to take advantage and do so this week, via Air Mozilla. If you haven’t joined the meeting live for a year or so, you will be pleasantly surprised at the format, audio and video improvements which have been made.