MacPorts Developer Meeting?
Peter.Danecek at bo.ingv.it
Fri Apr 4 14:31:57 PDT 2014
I like the idea of the face-to-face meeting of the Macports community. The sketch of the possible program sound reasonable. We definitely should have some first I idea of the no. of participants. Having it in two different locations + video conf. has some "coolness factor" but on the other hand might be somewhat dispersive and loose momentum, which probably is a bit contradictory with respect to the original goal. We meet already online regularly.
I would definitely like to participate, but of cause this is always (and that is probably always true) conditioned by a lot of other factors (professional and private involvements). If it comes to the location, for me Europe would definitely be easier. I currently reside in Italy, but other locations in Europe are highly relevant to me as well.
So let's get a first number, there one count for me!
On 4 Apr 2014, at 21:22, Mojca Miklavec <mojca at macports.org> wrote:
> I mentioned Europe for obvious reasons: because it's way cheaper (for
> Europeans) to take a train or car than to fly to San Francisco. And
> because I know a few places where such a meeting could take place
> without spending a fortune for food and accommodation (I already
> organized one).
> On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 8:40 PM, Sean Farley wrote:
>> Since getting visas to the US is non-trivial and also that flights
>> across the Atlantics are not the cheapest, maybe we could have two
>> meetings at the same time? We could even be fancy and video connect the
>> two rooms!
> That's what I was thinking of as well.
> Having the meeting at two locations (one in Europe and one somewhere
> in USA) at the same time and organizing a short videoconference each
> day. But that only makes sense if there's sufficient interest and
> someone should organize the local event there. Let's first figure out
> if we have sufficient interest to organize the event at all.
> I seem to remember some discussions about "ticket closing marathons"
> held online on regular basis (once per month or once every few months)
> without reaching any consensus.
> I was trying to figure out if there was any information about
> username<->continent written somewhere, but couldn't find anything.
> (Maybe that or the default timezone like "UTC+1/UTC-7/..." could be
> useful optional information for
> http://trac.macports.org/wiki/MacPortsDevelopers for those who don't
> mind sharing that information.)
> If you are interested in coming, maybe you can also add the continent
> of your choice to the reply ;)
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