On Samstag, 14. März 2009, Steve Langasek wrote: > No, more explicit focus on collaborative hacking. So what could be done to enable that during DebConf? Less events? More events at the same time, thus freeing some slots? Neither (=accept it)? More days? (10 instead of 7?) Personally I feel that dedicating and alocating 2 weeks for DebCamp and DebConf is a good compromise. The first week is slow, sometimes deep and intense, the second week is (much more crowded and) fast(er), (sometimes deep) and intense :-) Sometimes I happen to hack quite a lot at DebC???, sometimes I do $adjective talks at $occasion, which somehow enable later hacking. Getting to know the (very) different persons behind the screens is why I enjoy DebConf. I get more stuff done behind my screen, when I'm not at DebConf. Of course I'm well aware that not everybody can take two weeks off - so I'd be glad to hear how to improve DebConf! (Whether that means more collaboritive hacking or foo bar is quite open, IMO+IME...) Or to ask differently: what makes it, that DebConf is bad for collaborative hacking? ;-) (=what could be better) regards, Holger
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