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From jan i <>
Subject Re: ApacheCon proposed tracks
Date Mon, 10 Feb 2014 18:54:11 GMT
On 10 February 2014 18:10, Rich Bowen <> wrote:

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> These are the proposed ApacheCon tracks. Each track can hold SIX talks,
> and some tracks have more than one day in them. So this should give us a
> better idea of where we need to cull talks, and how many. This will give us
> a clear way to go to PMCs and say "here's 15 talks, pick 12".

I am not quite sure how that would work. as an example it seems that AOO is
grouped together with other projects (which is fine by me), so one track
have more PMC groups. My quess is if you tell a PMC "here's 15 talks, pick
12", they will quite naturally pick talks about their own project. For
tracks with more than 1 PMC (project) involved, I think the first question
should be "Please consider if you can group or remove some of the talks
about your project".

jan i.

> I should have a report in the next few days of the ratings on the talks,
> so we need to bring a close to that part of the process. If you're going to
> review, please try to get it done by end of day Tuesday. If you think
> you're going to need more time than that, please say so, but I can't
> promise anything if we want to meet deadlines.
> Also, note that there's a new mailing list - cfp-review@community.apache.
> org  If you agreed to review talks, I've put you on that list. I've done
> this because many of you aren't on and I needed
> a way to get in touch with you. Please forgive the breach of netiquette,
> and also the cross-posting, for those of you who are getting this twice. It
> was important that I have a way to get the message out to everyone.
> --
> Rich Bowen - - @rbowen
> - @apachecon

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