[IAEP] Tentative talk schedule: Nov 19
morgan.collett at gmail.com
Thu Nov 13 03:40:47 EST 2008
On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 08:49, C. Scott Ananian <cscott at laptop.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 9:50 PM, Marco Pesenti Gritti
> <mpgritti at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 3:07 AM, C. Scott Ananian <cscott at laptop.org> wrote:
>>> Does this schedule seem reasonable to others? (Esp. those I've
>>> pencilled in for talks?) If you are going to be in town, made a 9.1
>>> proposal (or forgot to), and aren't listed above, let me know.
>> There is a lot of interest about a talk on collaboration, Brendan
>> offered to lead at least part of it. Perhaps we could make it a 2
>> hours slot on the other days, similar to Walter/Christian.
> Sorry, I'd originally left that out because we didn't have someone to
> lead it; I was a bit behind on my mail and didn't see Brendan's
> proposal/offer. Also, it seems like Yamandu will be attending; I'd
> missed his proposal in my original schedule as well.
> My current vague thinking is to group the less-technical
> learning-and-content-oriented talks (Yamandu's, OLE's presentation,
> and Chris/Michael's Uruguay report) on another day (Tuesday?
> Thursday? I'll have to sit down with Bernie again), and to add
> Yamandu-on-i18n to the i18n hour on Wed, if he'd like to make a
> 10-15min presentation. I think I can squeeze in 30 mins for
> collaboration on Wed if Brendan wants to make a formal proposal; if we
> all just want to sit down and brainstorm collaboration, then a 2 hour
> block on not-Wednesday sounds perfect.
> I was really hoping to get Morgs or Collabora to give a 'state of
> collaboration' talk to set the stage. Hopefully we can get that in
> January's meeting.
Seeing as there will be some discussion anyway, I'll try to write up
something to explain the current state of things and what we were
hoping to achieve next. If there's a possibility of me participating
by phone, and a slot before 3pm, I'd certainly like to join the
My intention is more to set realistic expectations than plan future
work, as our resources are rather constrained, and people who would
need to be part of actual planning won't be there.
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