[owncloud-devel] Conf planning - topics, meetings

Jos Poortvliet jospoortvliet at gmail.com
Fri Aug 7 14:10:43 GMT 2015

On Friday 07 August 2015 16:06:23 Jos Poortvliet wrote:
> Hi all!
> I'm sure many of you have lots of plans and things you want to do at the
> conference. Much of that will be just a matter of finding a few folks you
> work with a lot, sit face to face and hack some stuff together. Like -
> making the Mail app better or working on merging pull requests.
> But sometimes, you need some specific people from other teams to discuss a
> topic. For example, the mobile and desktop teams want to talk to some
> server folks about the sharing API.
> For that it makes sense to actually make an appointment to make sure the
> right people are in the room at the right time.
> For that, we have a 'meeting room' which you can 'book':
> https://github.com/owncloud/core/wiki/Conference-meetings
> It's really only meant for those meetings you think will be difficult
> because they are across teams or with people impossible to grab (Jan-C?).
> You can reserve a space there but it is still YOUR responsibility to
> invite the right people and get a promise that they will be there! Best to
> first agree on a time and then put it in the agenda.
> On the day itself I'll hang up a big paper on the door of the meeting room
> with the schedule and what's still open you can schedule on the spot.

Just to be triple-clear:

This wiki doesn't guarantee that anybody will show up!

Writing down "server-desktop-client-meeting" does not mean anybody from 
server or desktop team shows up unless you actually agree with the right 
people to be there. So it's a tool, not a solution ;-)

> Have fun!
> Jos

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