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Re: [Debconf-team] General schedule proposal for dc15

also sprach Patty Langasek <harmoney@dodds.net> [2014-09-21 19:29 +0200]:
> In which case, you consider DebCamp "free time", which brings us full circle
> back to a debate I know you don't want to go anywhere near. Trust me. Please
> call it "hacking time", despite what you prefer to call it.

I disagree. DebCamp is DebCamp, and we should restrict it to people
trying to get work done.

DebConf14 had free slots you guys called hacking time. I know plenty
people who did not hack then, and it was not expected, was it?

> The experiment of combining hack time with conference time was
> intended to address this issue. We were fortunate enough to be
> able to incorporate a few extra days (capping weekends) due to the
> timing in the US to help balance it a little so we could fine-tune
> going forward. I'd be very disappointed to see the experiment go
> to waste.

Noone is suggesting that. If you read our proposal, you will see
that it adopts the idea. I just don't think we should call it
hacking time when people are free to do whatever they want…
including hacking!

 .''`.   martin f. krafft <madduck@debconf.org> @martinkrafft
: :'  :  DebConf orga team
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