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From Kay Schenk <kay.sch...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Content tracks at ApacheCon Austin
Date Mon, 24 Nov 2014 18:07:23 GMT
On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 2:05 AM, Rob Vesse <rvesse@dotnetrdf.org> wrote:

> Kay -
>
> Generally any interested Apache committer can ask to be added to the
> reviewers group for ApacheCon events in the Linux Foundation CFP system.
>
> You simply need to drop an email here/to Rich offering to help.  If you've
> done reviewing for the previous two LF organised events then in principal
> you should already be on the authorised reviewers list.
>

OK...I actually have reviewed for the last two ApacheCons. I tried to look
at what had been submitted so far about a month ago, and nothing seemed
available to me. I am on the OpenOffice PMC. I'll see what I need to  do.


> Rich -
>
> In the CFP system if you want to filter reviews by events there are two
> "ApacheCon North America" entries with no easy way to tell which refers to
> this years event and which is next years.  Can we get the LF folks to add
> the year to those event titles in the CFP system to make the two events
> actually distinguishable?
>
> Rob
>
> On 24/11/2014 00:30, "Kay Schenk" <kay.schenk@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >
> >
> >On 11/22/2014 09:16 AM, Rich Bowen wrote:
> >> The CFP for ApacheCon Austin closes on February 1st, so we have just
> >> over 2 months to get our content solicited for that event. I need your
> >> help.
> >>
> >> At ApacheCon EU this week, I spoke with a number of project PMCs. I
> >> requested that they attempt to put together what they feel would be a
> >> good track - ie., a list of topics that they feel would need to be
> >> covered in order for their project to be properly represented - and then
> >> attempt to solicit *those* talks from their user/dev community.
> >>
> >> This has a few benefits over the standard "what do you want to talk
> >> about?" CFP process. One, you end up with the talks that represent a
> >> full coverage of a project, without big holes. And it's a great way to
> >> encourage new speakers who are having trouble deciding what they might
> >> speak about.
> >>
> >> I believe I'll be getting tracks from:
> >>
> >> * Cloudstack
> >> * OFBiz
> >> * OpenOffice
> >> * Mesos
> >> * httpd
> >>
> >> I would ask that you make this request of your project PMC, those of you
> >> who have a project (or more) that you are active on. Or find the person
> >> who should own this.
> >>
> >> In the coming days, I'd like to build a list of people that are
> >> interested in making ApacheCon Austin happen, and in particular helping
> >> get PMCs more involved in the process. If that's you, please speak up.
> >>
> >> Question: Do you think we need a dedicated mailing list for this, or
> >> should we continue to do this on dev@community? (I'm open to either
> way,
> >> but if folks feel strongly one way or the other, we should do that.)
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >I think this list is fine for general contact from PMC representatives
> >(yet to be determined).
> >
> >My question/concern at this point is what has been submitted so far? I
> >don't think anyone but a few can review submissions before the closing
> >date. It would help some PMCs to know what's been submitted up to this
> >point. This is not an undesirable change, but different than what's been
> >done in the past that's for sure.
> >
> >
> >--
> >-------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >MzK
> >
> >"One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth
> > to a dancing star."
> >                                 -- Friedrich Nietzsche
>
>
>
>
>


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MzK

"One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth
 to a dancing star."
                                 -- Friedrich Nietzsche

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