[IAEP] FUDcon + XOCamp talks
simon at schampijer.de
Mon Jan 5 07:22:37 EST 2009
Greg Smith wrote:
> Hi Simon and Marco,
> I have you lined up for a discussion on Monday afternoon January 12 as well:
I am sorry, but I can not make the XOCamp. But I think Marco does. I saw
you attend the FUDCon, so we I am happy to answer questions personally
there as well.
In general, I have been giving a lots of thoughts to the Sugar Labs
BugSquad (e.g. what additions we need in trac and the general workflow
http://sugarlabs.org/go/BugSquad/StatusFields). At the moment I am
waiting a bit on people returning after christmas and new year to set
things in stone :)
> I put a few lines of agenda here:
> Fill that in with more detail as you have it. Anything you can post in
> advance will help be more productive. I can put something together on
> process (e.g. where do we file bugs, how do we triage them and get them
> resolved) unless you want to do that.
> You can also put your name on the list of people coming here:
> Greg S
>> Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2008 13:05:29 +0100
>> From: Simon Schampijer <simon at schampijer.de>
>> Subject: Re: [IAEP] FUDcon + XOCamp talks
>> To: Marco Pesenti Gritti <marcopg at sugarlabs.org>
>> Cc: iaep <iaep at lists.sugarlabs.org>
>> Message-ID: <495A0E89.7070400 at schampijer.de>
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>> Marco Pesenti Gritti wrote:
>>> so we are going to be officially present at FUDcon and I assume some
>>> of us will also stay for XOCamp. Is anyone planning to give talks?
>>> Here is what I have in mind. I think Simon also had something.
>>> * Discussion about packaging activities. xo vs rpm, how do solve
>>> maintenance problems etc.
>> +1 I think this is a very important one - and it fits very well into FUDCon.
>>> * Newbie oriented "class" about hacking on Sugar and activities.
>> Hmm, as much as I like this idea, I wonder how much interest we will
>> exactly find at FUDCon. Or if there are other distribution specific
>> challenges we could solve in during that conference. In any case it
>> might be a good way to generate the class material.
>> My additional point would be:
>> * Sugar - How to get involved?
>> - Packaging
>> - Testing: How the Fedora Testing team and the Sugar Labs BugSquad can
>> work together, try to get a discussion on how the work flow with the
>> GNOME BugSquad is.
>> - ? (if i missed something)
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