Re: Reminder for GNOME.Asia 2012 IRC Meeting - 2012-4-17
- From: Will LaShell <will lashell net>
- To: "Committee list of GNOME.Asia Summit organization" <asia-summit-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Reminder for GNOME.Asia 2012 IRC Meeting - 2012-4-17
- Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2012 19:58:01 -0700
Due to timing I am basically never able to be at the meeting in irc.
On Apr 17, 2012, at 5:14 AM, Akhil Laddha wrote:
> On Tue, 2012-04-17 at 15:27 +0800, Sammy Fung wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am not available to join irc meeting tonight.
>> Hereby is my report.
>> * I, Will and Max discussed on gtalk and closed all tickets
>> listed on todo document. Thanks Will and Max.
>> I suggest we should discuss on this irc meeting.
>> * Schedule:
>> * Pls refer to schedule shown on website, ie.
>> * Should we have BoF insteads of networking dinner ? If
>> BoF, please propose how should we run BoF this year.
>> (if posssible)
> During recent GUADEC and Desktop summit BoFs / workshops were done on
> separate days than conference days but during GNOME.Asia 2010, BoFs were
> scheduled during evening when conference talks were over like from 6 pm
> to 8 pm afair.
> For reference :
> GUADEC 2010 BoF schedule http://live.gnome.org/GUADEC/2010/BOFs
> Desktop Summit 2011
I really like the idea of the BOF sessions put at the end of the day during the conference. This gives us more content to present to sponsors .
>> * Should we have keynote at the beginning of afternoon
>> sessions ? (if agree, we move some keynotes to
>> afterrnoon, is it ok ?)
> Usually keynotes are scheduled in early morning (between 9 -11 am) and
> late evening (4 -5 pm) time slots so that keynotes can be attended by
> maximum people.
This is definitely consistent with the previous Summits.
>> * Sponsors:
>> * HK teams are contacting local potential sponsors,
>> media partners, supporting organisations.
>> * Call For Papers:
>> * Should we extend the deadline by 1 week ?
We are getting some nice responses but I think if we let it run another week we will get more entries.
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