RFC: FSOSHRCON 2010 kickoff
joop_boonen at web.de
Wed Feb 10 15:29:27 CET 2010
I'm wonder who can attend this conference i.e. can I also attend? I'm
interested to be at the conference to learn more related to the openmoko.
On Wed, February 10, 2010 11:02 am, Frederik Sdun wrote:
> I think Linux Hotel is a good idea, but I hope we'll fit into the room.
> There're three things up in my mind i want to share:
> 1) is it possible to do a phone conference using XMPP? This would be a
> feature to connect others, who don't have the time/money to travel to
> 2) Let's start a UI Workshop: Everyone who has an idea gives a lightening
> talk (~2-5 mins) to present his/her idea. Then we start discussing (or
> arguing) what is good and what's bad and how to integrate it into the
> to get a consistent UI/API for SHR.
> 3) What has to be done to make SHR/FSO devs life easier and comfortable?
> What frightens people from devoloping new apps/joining team. (I think one
> big point is, that it is not really transparent, what is going on/what has
> to be done)
> 02-05.04.2010 //imho to early
> 14-18.05.2010 // colliding with program @ LinuxHotel
> 21-24.05.2010 // nearly perfect, but maybe i want to celebrate my
> no collision
> 04-08.06.2010 // collision
> i try to call them today to ask for the dates.
> here's a picture of last year's attendees
> Regards, Frederik
> P.S.: No there won't be any LPI certificates available
> 2010/2/10 Serdar Dere <serdar at serdar-dere.net>
>> I were looking for some dates which is possible.
>> I was searching for local holidays which are set for monday or friday.
>> I found this:
>> 15.02.2010 (Mon) Rosenmontag
>> 02.04.2010 (Fri) Karfreitag
>> 05.04.2010 (Mon) Ostermontag
>> 24.05.2010 (Mon) Pfingstmontag
>> Also for Thirsdays because there are no Tuesday holidays
>> 13.05.2010 (Thi) Christi Himmelfahrt
>> 03.06.2010 (Thi) Fronleichnam
>> Rosenmontag is too early (next monday :))
>> perfect days are 02-05.04.2010 but maybe too early.
>> These are my suggestions.
>> Greetings Serdar
>> Am 09.02.10 02:24, schrieb Michael 'Mickey' Lauer:
>> > Dear guys,
>> > I just returned from FOSDEM (*) where we had a mini Openmoko devroom.
>> > Seeing all the interested people and experiencing the scent of
>> > breakthroughs wrt. supporting foreign platforms got me really
>> > to kick off this year's FSOSHRCON. I consider last year being a good
>> > start, but am 100% sure we can do even better this year.
>> > Before we go into the detail planning, we have to talk about the rough
>> > plans. Here are my proposals, please comment.
>> > =Timeframe=
>> > I'd like us to meet in summer, i.e. somewhere during the May - August
>> > timeframe. We have to try to avoid school holidays and summer
>> > (especially for those of us who have kids) though.
>> > =Duration=
>> > I'm afraid it needs to be a weekend, but we should aim to have two
>> > productive days (think about losing at least one day for arrival and
>> > setup plus cleaning up and departure), so it'd be best if we could
>> > either add a friday or a monday to the bouquet.
>> > =Location=
>> > This largely depends on the scope of this conference. I found last
>> > year's meeting @ LinuxHotel very pleasant and supercheap. The
>> > requirements are a big room where we can sit on a round or squared
>> > with video and networking equipment.
>> > =Program=
>> > Last year we had a strong focus on getting to know each other and
>> > presentations. While that's all good, I'd like to attempt something
>> > focused this year. I would love to come there with some concrete
>> > such as:
>> > *) Porting SHR to fsogsmd.
>> > *) Porting FSO& SHR to the HTC Dream.
>> > *) Porting FSO& SHR to the Palm Pre.
>> > *) Unbreaking libfso-glib for C users.
>> > *) Porting SHR-Settings to Vala.
>> > etc. etc.
>> > I do think that we can allow for a small amount of presentations, but
>> > really limited one. This year we should strive for a more workshop&
>> > code sprint oriented spirit.
>> > =Sponsoring=
>> > Travel costs are always high. We should try to find some sponsors for
>> > this event.
>> > That's all that comes to my mind now. I'd love to see all of you in a
>> > productive environment again, so let's try hard to make this happen.
>> > Cheers,
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