Re: [guadec-list] Draft Talk Schedule


Allan, thank you for working on this!

There are currently 27 interns planning to come to GUADEC. While this
number might change, we need 1 hour and 30 minutes or 1 hour and 45
minutes to be able to allocate 3 minutes per talk. Could you please
schedule the interns' lightning talks session until 18:30?

I would like to host a newcomers workshop on the first day of the
conference - to orient the newcomers to the GNOME community, help
people with other systems set up a virtual environment with GNOME, and
help people learn the process of contributing to GNOME (filing a bug,
making a patch). I've sent in a proposal for this workshop, and didn't
hear back one way or another about it. Is there a third room that can
be used for such a workshop? In that case, I'd like to propose doing
it as a third option 13:30-15:15 on Saturday.

Another concern I have is that both "Documents and Photos: a content
application update" and "Corebird: A Twitter's client's open source
journey through GNOME land" are good talks for new application
developers, and it's best not to schedule them against each other.
Perhaps we can swap "Corebird" and "Virtual machine management made


On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 2:14 PM, Allan Day <allanpday gmail com> wrote:
Javier Jardón <jjardon gnome org> wrote:
There is both a timetable for each day, and a list of which talks will
happen when. The latter is fairly raw, so please let me know if you
have any comments or suggestions.

Maybe move the talk from David King (cheese) to the Apps day? The same
maybe for the one from otaylor (maybe move it close to the one from

David's talk is more about making hardware available through dbus,
rather than Cheese itself - so I think it makes sense to have it with
GTK+ talks rather than apps. I've shuffled things around a bit to put
Owen and Bastien next to each other.

One thing we should be aware of - we have an uneven number of talks,
which means that there is one talk without another happening at the
same time. That's probably fine, but there is some scope to drop an
extra talk into the schedule if we want.

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