[Summit] Monday plans

Mickaël Rémond mickael.remond at process-one.net
Mon Feb 9 00:37:22 CST 2009


Hello,
I think your plan is good. Small group is the way to go.

On a side note: do we need to arrange something at the hotel for lunch  
(in the room) ?
Going out for lunch at 40 people is hard and will take hours.

-- 
Mickaël Rémond
  http://www.process-one.net/

Le 9 févr. 09 à 02:24, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> a  
écrit :

> We will start tomorrow morning at 10 AM (we need to get the Internet
> access working and such), but feel free to stop by earlier. BTW I  
> don't
> yet know what room we'll be in, but I will check on that with the  
> hotel
> first thing in the morning and post to the list. The meeting location
> should also be posted on the monitors in the Hotel Bedford.
>
> I think it would be most productive for us to split up into smaller
> groups, because I don't think that we can have a really productive
> discussion with 40+ people. Based on my informal chats with people  
> over
> the last few days, I propose the following group:
>
> - pubsub
> - file transfer
> - end-to-end encryption
>
> After we have some small-group meetings we could have people report on
> their findings / conclusions / consensus to the larger group, discuss
> furtherin that setting, and then re-sort into smaller groups again  
> after
> lunch. The afternoon groups might be focused on different topics, such
> as mobile optimizations, Jingle, and deployment challenges or whatever
> we decide after lunch. We might also ask people to have lunchtime
> discussions and report on those, too. Groups would be dynamic (you  
> could
> move around from one to the other, you're not locked in to the group  
> you
> started with in any given "session").
>
> I'm open to other suggestions, but I'm leery of trying to hold any  
> kind
> of conversation with 40+ people.
>
> Thoughts?
>
> Peter
>
>


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