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From "" <>
Subject Re: Phoenix developer Meetup
Date Fri, 09 Nov 2018 22:48:48 GMT
 To confirm:
Phoenix DEV Meetup.
Wednesday, November 14th, 4pm, Salesforce Tower (415 Mission St.) (17th floor, sorry not the
top floor). We'll meet in the lobby to get visitor badges.Please try to be on time, or let
me know when you'll be later (someone will have to come down to let you up)
-- Lars
    On Friday, November 9, 2018, 10:30:09 AM PST, <>
And sorry for the folks in other TZs, it's impossible to find a time for everyone.I'll try
to record the session via hangouts and post the recording here, and I will post the notes.
Here's an initial agenda, distilled and grouped from all your suggested topics:(I plan to
keep it free-form, so we can get some good discussions, but if you want prepare _short_ slides/docs
or proposals for the topics you care about that is of course very welcome!)

  - Open Source at Salesforce (Chris Kelly)
  - Phoenix usage at Salesforce (Lars Hofhansl)

  - Introductions
  - Current thoughts and pain points

Deep Dives

(topics derived from requests from the community)

Direction and Future
  - Status of 4.x and master branches
  - Current challenges (public cloud?, performance?, community?, SQL coverage?, scale?)
  - Secondary Indexing (Lars Hofhansl)
  - Future direction. Where do we want Phoenix to be in 1 years, 2 years, 5 years? 
  - Feature gaps in multi-tenancy. Fat client vs thin
  - Feature resiliency / hardening (general)
  - integration with Data Analytics tool like spark.

Project Management
  - Release cadence (need RMs that spend time on this)
  - Improve mailing list support
  - PR review rotation
  - Nominate new committers
  - Branch cleanup
  - checkin criteria and testing (IT vs. unit tests)

Project Cleanliness
  - Fix test flappers and overall improvements overall test infra
  - Refactoring, correctness, code extensibility
  - Potential refactoring work
  - Perf tool for Phoenix Query Server
  - Thoughts on test infra

    On Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 3:45:44 PM PST, Josh Elser <>
 My schedule may be getting switched around. Might be able to make it 

Marked myself as a "M" for maybe on the spreadsheet :)

On 11/6/18 7:07 PM, wrote:
>  Ok. The room is booked for Wednesday November 14th from 4-7pm, in the Salesforce Tower
(but not the top floor :( )
> If you can confirm your attendance here (see the extra column on the right):
> That would be great for planning food, etc. I will send out an agenda.
> Thanks.
> -- Lars
>      On Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 4:01:33 PM PDT, <>
>    This is still on.
> I'm trying to get us a spot in the Salesforce tower top floor. As you can imagine it's
a coveted spot.If I can't get a time slot there in the next week I'll book a "usual" conference
> Stay tuned.
> Thanks.
> -- Lars
>      On Friday, October 5, 2018, 1:01:06 PM PDT, <>
>    Last call :)
>      On Monday, October 1, 2018, 10:15:07 AM PDT, <>
>    10 people signed up so far.This is a good chance to make your voice heard, give
input, and help point the project in the right direction going forward.
> -- Lars
>      On Friday, September 28, 2018, 10:39:41 AM PDT, <>
>  Hi all,
> I'm planning to put together a Phoenix developer meetup at the Salesforce office (with
video conference for those who cannot attend in person) in the next few weeks.
> If you're interested please put your name in this spreadsheet:
> This is a chance to get all those who contribute to Phoenix together. There will also
be food. :)I will leave the spreadsheet up for one week - until Friday October 5th.
> Possible agenda:- Round-table- Status of 4.x and master branches- Current challenges
(public cloud?, performance?, community?, SQL coverage?, scale?)- Future direction. Where
do we want Phoenix to be in 1 years, 2 years, 5 years?- more...
> Thanks.
> -- Lars
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