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[GNUnet-developers] GNUnet Hacker Meeting Agenda

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: [GNUnet-developers] GNUnet Hacker Meeting Agenda
Date: Sat, 1 Jun 2019 20:06:37 +0200
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Dear all,

As you may know, we'll have the GNUnet Hacker meeting at
near St. Imier June 22nd to 29th. We currently have 14-20 registrations
depending on whether you count +1s.  That said, there is still space,
especially in the 2nd half of the week as some people plan to leave
early.  So if you do plan to come and did not yet inform me, please
simply let me know.

Anyway, I'm writing to let everyone know about the agenda. Naturally,
this is not set in stone, but as you know I'll try to haunt those that
are present to make progress on those tasks (or ask them to bake pizzas).

For Sunday, I'm calling on (most) participants to make a 30 minute
presentation to tell us the status on some subsystem, identifying major
roadblocks and next steps.  This will then in some cases feed into the
main focus areas (and sub-topics for sub-groups) we will focus on

* Arrival

* Micro-bug-squashing party:
  - Mantis
  - Static analysis
  - compiler warnings

* Minefield surveys: Update on project status, roadblocks, next steps
  - TNG (Grothoff)
  - Reclaim:ID (Schanzen)
  - SecuShare (xrs/t3sserakt)
  - Taler (Florian)
  - PEP (Hernani)
  - Documentation (Sva)
  - Fog-of-Trust (Jeff)
  - CI (dvn)
  - Funding (Nana)
  (each 30 minutes max)

* Focus: TNG
  - code review communicators
  - communicator testing
  - design discussion(s)

* Focus: GNS
  - Ascension (rexxnor, presentation @ 11am)
  - GNS-Go project (Bernd, Schanzen)
  - GNUnet packaging for distros (all)

* Focus: Documentation
  - Web site
  - Handbook
  - Onboarding / outreach activities

* Focus: CI
  - CI setup
  - release process

* Focus: Taler
  - demo usability
  - i18n
  - strategy discussion

I look forward to seeing you there!



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