[maemo-community] Closing Summit schedule

From: Quim Gil quim.gil at nokia.com
Date: Fri Sep 5 13:39:36 EEST 2008

ext Eric Warnke wrote:
> At this point I have one outstanding question for Saturday's schedule.
>   * Workshop: Maemo Hacking Introduction:  Who will be taking charge  
> here and running this session?  Currently it's listed as Simon Budig  
> with a question mark.

Kate Alhola can coordinate since she has been doing sessions like this
in the past. Weeks ago she was quite busy preparing the Maemo activities
in aKademy but I guess now she has time for this.

> Otherwise, short of people pulling out or other major disruption I  
> consider the schedule final.

Agreed. Saturday's schedule only needs a minor cleaning: same format for
all sessions (e.g. some don't have title in bold) and perhaps cutting
the long descriptions (e.g. in We are not the Users).


I have just changed the topic of my own session on Saturday morning.
Reviewing the 100Days (the previous proposal) has little mystery and
there is a similar community evaluation session in the evening.

Instead I got a task for the current sprint: "Document explaining the
open source positioning and strategy of Nokia in Maemo". I've thought
that the slot could be a good chance to present this and get a first
round of direct feedback.

>> Hi Eric & co,
>> What about closing the schedule? Or at least have something we  
>> consider
>> final and react only if there is something major going on.
>> http://wiki.maemo.org/Maemo_Summit_2008#Schedule
>> I have just reorganized the lightning sessions, attempting to group  
>> them
>> more or less by topic. Looking at the timing there is no reasonable  
>> room
>> for more.
>> Friday seems to be 100% complete, then. Saturday has still a couple of
>> question marks although it also looks pretty much in shape.
>> My only serious doubt is whether it is feasible to have a "maemo.org
>> extras Package Cleanup Sprint" in 30 minutes. This is certainly a  
>> short
>> and intense sprint for packagers.  ;)

Quim Gil
marketing manager, open source
Maemo Software @ Nokia

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