[Summit] one day or two?

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Tue Aug 28 19:47:00 UTC 2012

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It's a bit discouraging that I've received no feedback about this on
the list. :(

However, someone poked me offlist about including some Internet of
Things and SmartGrid topics on the agenda, which I think is a great
idea. In fact, I think it would make sense to have a "deep dive" into
that area for half a day. This leads me to think that we could
productively hold a 2-day or 1.5-day summit: general topics on one day
and use the other day for two deep-dive discussions, one of which
would be IOT/SmartGrid (suggestions are welcome for the other deep dive).

I will run this by the XSF Board of Directors to get their input (it
will cost us more to hold a 2-day meeting), but it seems reasonable to me.


On 8/23/12 11:36 AM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> Folks, we need to decide whether we want to hold a one-day summit
> in October or stretch it over 1.5 or 2 days. My main concern would
> be to ensure that we can be productive for 1.5 or 2 days. Perhaps
> it would make sense to cover topics of more general interest on
> Thursday (after krtconf, since we might get some spillover) and
> then cover other stuff on Friday (e.g., interop testing or more
> core/geeky topics).
> Please share your thoughts on the matter so I can book the meeting 
> rooms. :)
> Peter
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