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Re: [Debconf-team] Cloud Track at Debconf


my short personal answer is:  Anything that takes workload from the
shoulders of the talk selection / scheduling teams is fine.  I have no
idea whether you might get those susper-cow-penta powers to put the
cloud talks into a to be defined Cloud(y) day (hope sun will shine
anyway) or whether you just should send the schedulers a wishlist -
but from my perspective your request is acceptable.

Please note that in previous years we had tracks starting with larger
audience talks in the main auditorium in the morning and moved to the
smaller auditorium with more focussed BoFs.

Kind regards


On Thu, Jun 06, 2013 at 03:46:22PM -0400, brian.thomason@gmail.com wrote:
> Hello all,
> I volunteered to lead the new Cloud Track at debconf and was hoping to step
> up the efforts there now.  I recently got an email in regards to
> submissions from Google in regards to their talk submissions, and I am sure
> they are not alone in waiting for feedback.
> I spoke with Rudy Godoy today who is part of the Eucalyptus team in Debian
> and he has volunteered to help out, and of course, brian Gupta has already
> expressed his interest as well.
> I was hoping the debconf powers that be would allow us to form a 3 person
> team to select which talks will be accepted and work with Andreas to get
> them scheduled. (it will be good to see you again Andreas!)
> I'm happy to add 2 more members to the team if anyone else on debian-cloud
> is interested but would like to keep it an odd number (for 'voting' on
> talks) and no more than 5 just to keep it manageable.  In the meantime, I
> think we can more than get started with 3.
> Please let me know if this is acceptable and I'll reach out to Brian and
> Rudy and get things going.
> Thanks!
> -Brian


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