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From Tomaz Muraus <>
Subject Re: ApacheCon schedule status
Date Fri, 14 Feb 2014 11:50:48 GMT

I noticed that there are two Libcloud talks scheduled one after another on
Day 1 in the Cloudy track.

First one is by Sebastien and the other one is by me. Those talks are quite
different (Sebastien will talk about the library usage, etc. and I will
talk more about the community and project growth), but I still think it
would be better if those talks aren't scheduled one after another.

This way people can have a short break from Libcloud. Also, maybe my talk
might fit better into the community track.

What do other people think?

On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 3:34 AM, Rich Bowen <> wrote:

> I've got a mostly-done tentative schedule, and I need lots of people to
> look at it.
> is all of the talks, broken into categories
> is the proposed schedule
> I'm waiting for feedback from the Hadoop/Bigdata folks, and from the
> Science folks, so those tracks are marked in grey as full, but I don't have
> actual content there.
> I also have the 9th track on day 3 empty, and I don't have any fallback
> talks picked out.
> So, what I still need:
> * Look over the whole schedule and see that it hangs together
> * Compare the talks listed in the ALL TRACKS tab with everything else,
> ensuring that there aren't talks that have been omitted from consideration.
> * Ensure that we don't have folks speaking twice at the same time
> * Ensure that the *ordering* in the individual tracks makes sense
> * Ensure that there's not obvious irreconcilable conflict between
> concurrent talks. (ie, everyone is going to want to go to both.)
> * Anything else that I've overlooked in this process.
> Thank you all so much for your assistance so far. Almost every track has
> had extensive help from *someone* in putting it together.
> Notes:
> * All "lightning talks" and "BoF" submissions are marked rejected because
> they're not scheduled at this point in the process. We'll do that next
> after we publish this schedule
> * If you have comments, please reply to this email. If you make comments
> in the spreadsheet they'll likely get lost in the noise
> * If you want to edit a track directly in the schedule spreadsheet, just
> ask, and I'll add you to the access list
> * The second URL - - is redirecting to a
> different location than it was yesterday, so make sure you're looking at
> the version that has all three days full of content, not the one that's
> mostly empty.
> --
> Rich Bowen - - @rbowen
> - @apachecon

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