dane at dbsgeo.com
Tue Sep 7 21:36:03 EDT 2010
Thanks, looks great.
Slides by each team should be put in Open Office Doc format and added to SVN (the google doc is just for tallying results not for the slides). To enable each team to rapidly add their content in the morning I went ahead and created a new "scripts/results/2010" directory in SVN:
Please find the "template_for_server_teams.odp" as a potential guide that may help you create your slides quickly in the morning. The specific content is up to you, but I have added a rough structure that hopefully will be helpful to some (based on what Julien outlines below from brainstorming at the meeting tonight). When you are finished (**must be done by 12 noon tomorrow**) drop your slides into the directory by your server name, eg. mine is here:
Michael tonight was working on starting to update the main presentation (Jeff emailed about this document a while back) and a reminder for those that missed Jeff's email is that this presentation (in the process of being updated from last year) lives here:
My hope is that Michael will email in the morning when he is able to commit his working changes to the main presentation so others can review if there is time.
On Sep 8, 2010, at 2:29 AM, Julien-Samuel Lacroix wrote:
> Mike (or anyone really), please correct me if I'm wrong.
> A quick reminder to every teams. You have to provide around 3 or 4 slides for the presentation tomorrow before noon. Please integrate them in the Google Doc Presentation.
> Some idea of what you can talk about:
> Why it was so great?
> Any enhancement you may have made?
> Any tips and tricks for your users?
> You don't have to includes results in those slides. It's up to you. There will be a comparison of the results in the presentation at some point. Please email on the list if you don't want your results to be included in the charts that will be presented (if you didn't explicitly tell so during the meeting).
> Here's the slide list (not necessarily in order):
> - History
> - Fourth exercise
> - First time with windows
> - First time with something other than MapServer and GeoServer
> - Summary
> - 4 slides by Ivan describing the dataset (with the correction on the GeoTiff slide)
> - Rules of engagement
> - Everyone prepare 4 slides.
> - Results
> - What's next
> - Setup a process to discuss next year exercise
> - Probably change the data to local data (Coloroda) next year
> - etc
> - Clear link to the wiki that there's more info there on some exercices and on team's results.
> I hope that helps.
> Julien-Samuel Lacroix
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