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Re: Online Developer Meeting - Tuesday July 7 @ 14:00 UTC

From: Kai Torben Ohlhus
Subject: Re: Online Developer Meeting - Tuesday July 7 @ 14:00 UTC
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 2020 00:31:33 +0900
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On 7/7/20 10:16 PM, John W. Eaton wrote:
> On 6/30/20 5:25 PM, John W. Eaton wrote:
>> Join us for another semi-formal meeting of Octave developers next
>> Tuesday July 7 at 14:00 UTC.  If I'm getting the time zones right,
>> that is 7:00 Pacific / 10:00 Eastern in the US, 16:00 in Central
>> Europe and 23:00 in Japan.
>> I intend to use Jitsi for the meeting and will post a URL to the IRC
>> channel and this mailing list an hour or so before the meeting begins.
>> We'll mostly be discussing future directions of development and
>> getting updates about activities from people working on core Octave
>> and packages.
>> Kai would like to take 5-10 minutes to speak about using Discourse as
>> a possible replacement for the help and maintainers mailing lists.
>> This meeting is open to anyone with an interest in Octave development.
>> It is not intended to be a support forum.
>> jwe
> I have a meeting set up at
>   https://meet.jit.si/octave-dev-2020-07-07
> (Yes, it's not the FSF jitsi instance that I was was planning to use --
> I'm still having login issues there, so I'm switching to this one instead.)
> We'll start about 45 minutes from now at 14:00 UTC and I plan to have
> the meeting run for an hour.  I know that Kai would like to discuss our
> experience so far with using Discourse instead of mailing lists I can
> talk briefly about the status of the version 6 release.  We'll also
> reserve some time at the end for discussion and questions.
> If you would like to present some info, please try to keep it short and
> plan on no more than 5 minutes with a few more for questions.
> We don't know how many people might join.  If there are technical issues
> I'll take it as a learning experience.
> Please mute your microphone if you are not speaking.  And as I learned
> last time, using headphones can help a lot to avoid feedback if you are
> speaking.
> Thanks,
> jwe

Thank you all for this nice meeting.  Some protocol can be found in the
wiki [1].  Please edit, correct, and extend.


[1] https://wiki.octave.org/Online_Developer_Meeting_(2020-07-07)

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