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From "Jacques Le Roux" <jacques.le.r...@les7arts.com>
Subject Fw: Action needed - talk selection for the OfBiz track at ApacheCon Europe
Date Sat, 08 Sep 2012 07:58:09 GMT

Someone can help?



From: "Jacques Le Roux" <jacques.le.roux@les7arts.com>
> OK, I see I'm a manager so I must be missing something, but really can't find it this
mornig again
> Jacques
> From: "Jacques Le Roux" <jacques.le.roux@les7arts.com>
>> Hi Steve,
>> I just made some reviews and was amazed by how it's easy to review and vote. Congrats
for those who selected this software/tool!
>> Unfortunately, for some reasons (I guess permission?), when selecting a talk I don't
see towards top a button with drop-downs 
>> which
>> would allow me to select a status. If it's not a permissoins issue, how could I miss
it? I guess it's a dropdown menu with text
>> options? I don't see any, nor any special button (I tried hard to find it, believe
me, seems well hidden ;o)
>> Thanks
>> Jacques
>> Steve Holden wrote:
>>> Jacques:
>>> Nick asked me to explain how to mark up talks for acceptance, rejection or standby
in the submission system.
>>> When you log in to apachecon.eu you should see a "dashboard" link at the top
right. Following this allows you (in the "Reviews"
>>> section ) to view a list of the talks. You can sort on the columns by clicking
the column header, which makes it easier to see
>>> all your track's talks together.
>>> At this point I wouldn't bother too much about the scoring side of things. Click
on the talk you want to affect, and towards the
>>> top right you will see a button which drops down, allowing you to select the
appropriate status.
>>> Once you have marked all the talks please let me have any suggestions or requirements
that you may have for the running order.
>>> regards
>>>  Steve
>>> On Sep 6, 2012, at 2:52 AM, Jacques Le Roux wrote:
>>>> Hi Nick,
>>>> OK I tried again to contact Pierre by Skype this morning. If ever he does
not answer today I will volunteer to finish his work
>>>> beginning tomorrow morning
>>>> Jacques
>>>> From: "Nick Burch" <nick@apache.org>
>>>>> On Wed, 5 Sep 2012, Jacopo Cappellato wrote:
>>>>>> I think it is important to clarify that that was not an initiative
of the OFBiz PMC; I think that Pierre Smits, that is not a
>>>>>> committer nor a PMC member, signed up to host a track.
>>>>> Do you still want to have a track at ApacheCon? There have been 10 different
submissions for your proposed track, so there's
>>>>> hopefully enough good content to fill your 3 slots.
>>>>> If you do want to still have a track, then as per my email yesterday
we need a new volunteer:
>>>>> -------
>>>>> The volunteer(s) to review/select talks should:
>>>>> * Sign up for an account on the www.apachecon.eu website
>>>>> * Email planners@apachecon.com to say you'll be helping with OfBiz, and
>>>>>   let us know the email address you signed up with
>>>>> * We'll grant you review karma, so you can see the proposed talks for
>>>>>   track and rate them
>>>>> * ASAP after that, you email planners@ with the list of the talks you
>>>>>   to accept, and the backup talk. We can then handle notifying the
>>>>>   speakers etc
>>>>> -------
>>>>> If you don't want to have a track after all, please let us know ASAP
so we can re-assign the space to one of the other tracks
>>>>> Nick 

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