Re: [Debian-NYC] Workshop #2: using what we've learned
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 09:45:55AM -0400, Richard Darst wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> We had our first workshop nearly two weeks ago, and I have not yet
> followed up. This email is about scheduling a follow up. Please see
> this poll for date options:
According to this, Thursday, November 12th (~7pm or so), is the
currently most available day. It also fits with what we did last
time, and makes sense as a reasonable time.
If you would like to come on that date, please RSVP to me (or fill out
the poll). If I can't figure out your name and email from the poll,
please email me, too.
So, workshop topics? I propose two rough groups:
- Bug squashing/packaging party. Works on miscellaneous tasks.
- One group that tears apart a package, explaining some advanced bits
that make it work, and perhaps looking at an example of a "really
bad" package that wouldn't be approved. If there are enough new
people, I could do a summary of the previous workshop.
Attendance at the previous workshop is _not_ required. Let other
interested people know. Location is TBA. This is tentative on enough
interest, but I think there will be plenty...
So, please let me know (email or IRC) if you're interested, and we'll
do this thing...
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