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Re: DebCamp, DebConf, GSoC

On Mar 13, 2009, at 10:10 PM, gregor herrmann wrote:

On Fri, 13 Mar 2009 12:39:47 -0600, Gunnar Wolf wrote:

I will be arriving on July 17, so I am up
for it and interested starting right on that day. Well, July 18 (as I
don't know what time will I arrive and how jetlagged will I feel).

I haven't booked anything yet but I plan to arrive on (or around) the
16th. Maybe Saturday 18th might indeed be a good day for a meeting,
provided those attending DebCamp have arrived by then.

I won't be able to make it for both weeks unfortunately, I imagine I won't be there until the 24th or thereabouts.

2) DebConf
In parallel to the start of the registration period the Call for
Papers for DebConf was issued [2]. Maybe we have some ideas for talks
or BoFs which some members of the group might give or which might be
interesting for us?
If Jeremiah pesters us all strong enough to get the articles for the
The Perl Review issue, it might be worth showing that off..?

Is there a timeline (I thought it was more a general idea)?

Well, the Perl Review has deadlines of course. I think that the Spring issue is going to press soon and the Summer issue will likely be timed to come out around the time of YAPC::EU, which is in early August - in Lisbon. So I think we have missed the window of opportunity to have the debian issue of The Perl Review ready for debconf9. I think debconf10 is realistic, its going to be in my old home town so I will definitely be there for the whole to weeks and that gives us a year to prepare, which I think is also realistic. :)

And I'm not sure that fills a talk - unless we read the whole
magazine to the audience :)

Like a geek's bedtime story? :)

some inter-teams meeting such as the ones we held in DC8 could be

True; any specific ideas?

I had a vague idea the other night on my way to bed: something about
"integrating new members into teams" ...

A good idea actually, other teams might be interested in this and/or contribute ideas. If it is fully fleshed out it might even serve as a guideline for Free Software projects in general.


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