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Subject: Celebrating International Women's Day ... with games! rss

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Melissa
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Sunday March 8th is International Women's Day.

Would anyone be interested in meeting on BSW for some gaming?

We usually schedule these sessions for 3pm, BGG time. That seems to work in various timezones:

In LA, it's 1pm
In London, it's 8pm
In Western Europe, it's 9pm
In Melbourne and Sydney, it's 7am Monday (a public holiday, in Melbourne at least)

For more timezones: see the World Clock

Of course, if you come later, that's fine too.

Our usual plan is to meet in /channel BoardGameGeek but we could set up our own channel if we wanted to
 
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Sounds like fun, but I don't think I can make it, my sad-week is over then
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Fun idea, but, alas, I won't be participating -- that day/time is out.

I've never played on BSW (or online). Is it hard to navigate? How does it compare to FTF gaming? (My initial thought is that I don't find online gaming especially appealing, because I like being with actual people as I play, but perhaps I'm missing something.)

Thnaks for thinking of this, in any event!
 
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