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Re: address@hidden

From: Rik
Subject: Re: address@hidden
Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2020 08:57:18 -0700

On 03/11/2020 08:20 AM, Nicholas Jankowski wrote:

I think this is a great idea.  It's been a long time since we all got together.  As another plus, a lot of people are either in quarantine (see Italy) or are  voluntarily working from home, and boredom is a factor.

Previously we have just used the #octave IRC channel for sprints, but could consider something else.

Do we want a theme to the code sprint?  Or is this more of a social event and everyone will be hanging out and working on their own coding problems?


more questions than answers:

- when does GSOC officially start again? And what's the gap between that and participant selection/confirmation? Might be a good time to set the sprint as an 'onboarding' experience.  
- i'm a broken record regarding this for every organization I'm in, but how could this be used to bring on/educate the newbies? (not just GSOC) "getting started", "setting up your pc to contribute", "running windows, believe it or not all is not lost you can still help", etc. I could see webinar-esque value to something like those. 

(edit: what's the octave-maintainers-request address?)

The octave-maintainers digest e-mail comes to my inbox with a From field of "octave-maintainers-request".  For example, in one of the latest Digest e-mails the fields are

From: address@hidden
Subject: =?utf-8?q?Octave-maintainers_Digest=2C_Vol_168=2C_Issue_19?=
To: address@hidden
Reply-To: address@hidden

If I hit Reply-to-All it ends up in one of the address fields.  That might be my e-mail tool (Thunderbird) not recognizing it should only use the Reply-To field.  This might also be something that is configurable on the server so that the From field is the same as the Reply-To field.


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