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From Rob Vesse <rve...@dotnetrdf.org>
Subject Re: A couple of questions on ApacheCon, Denver reviews...
Date Sat, 01 Feb 2014 06:11:03 GMT
Re: Question 2

It was previously stated that people should review anything they have an
interest in 
(http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/community-dev/201401.mbox/%3cCAD6
VreuUk=A5GgC2RtbU9EkJhiufMA4eoXr5q4ssau3xmtgjxA@mail.gmail.com%3e) so
hopefully people who are reviewing anyway will review anything they know
enough about to be able to make an informed decision on.

Certainly I've been reviewing proposals for some of the big data talks
that cover areas I felt confident enough to review

Rob

On 31/01/2014 19:31, "Roman Shaposhnik" <rvs@apache.org> wrote:

>Ok, so we're almost at the finish line as far as review submissions
>go. At this point my dashboard is saying: "You have 191 proposals
>unreviewed.". This is pretty good, but raises a few questions:
>
>   1. I assume that I can wake up in the morning (PST) tomorrow
>   and whatever is submitted is it. I'll review the ones that fall into
>   my domain and then I can go enjoy some nice Californian weather
>   outside. Now, suppose we end up with more accepted talks than
>   we have slots in the, lets say, bigdata track. What happens next?
>
>   2. Obviously I shouldn't be reviewing my own talks, but given that
>   last time I checked I was the only volunteer in the bigdata space.
>   What happens to those? Who will be reviewing them?
>
>Thanks,
>Roman.





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