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From: Frederic Hornain <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 8:55 AM
Subject: Fwd: [FOSDEM'10] Distribution Miniconf update
From the FOSDEM TEAM and about Distribution Miniconf :
The idea of this miniconf is to have sessions around common solutions or
pain points, e.g. present how you do certain things at CentOS (release
management, packaging, cross-arch packaging, packaging
Java|Perl|Python|Ruby|PHP stuff, translation, bugtracking, how you work
with upstream, community building, legal aspects, 3rd party
repositories, etc...) or technical or process solutions you came up
with. On the other hand, we can also plan specific workshop sessions
where we discuss common pain points (working with upstream, translation,
etc...) to put our experience, feedback and ideas together and possibly
come out with common solutions that would provide more streamlining and
less work for each of us.
Thanks a lot
Date: Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 8:52 AM
Subject: [FOSDEM'10] Distribution Miniconf update
Following the few information I gave you yesterday night on IRC on Fedora Ambassadors EMEA meeting.
Sorry in advance to not be well structured but as it is quite new things are still moving and changing.
So, in order to explain you the concept a little bit more deeply :
- We have designed a coordinator which is Wouter from Debian.
- He is in charge to regroup all talks from different distributions.
- We have got three weeks to make proposal.
- He has created a wiki page for this on http://distributions.freedesktop.org/wiki/Fosdem2010. You can notice that is not on the Debian wiki. it was done to be fair between each of us.
- A list of SPOC have been published on the wiki for all distribution which would like to participate to such event.
- I have seen yesteday some of you were ready to do talks and were not afraid to do it in collaboration wiith other distribution. So, if you are still interested to do it or want to do feel free to contact me and I will do the rest to make you in contact with other speakers. Please tell me it quickly in order to let me time to organize myself.
Thanks for reading and in advance for your help.
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