[Foss4g2009] Code Sprint
jdriscoll at tourhosts.com.au
Sun Oct 12 18:51:12 EDT 2008
There seems to have been a lot of discussions since this e-mail was
sent. I will not start looking for a venue until a receive confirmation
of what kind of venue you are looking for, what days you would like for
the code sprint and if you would like Tour Hosts to look for a venue or
if the OC will be doing this.
From: Cameron Shorter [mailto:cameron.shorter at gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, 11 October 2008 11:27 AM
To: Paul Ramsey
Cc: Janelle Driscoll; foss4g2009 PUBLIC
Subject: Re: [Foss4g2009] Code Sprint
For the code sprint, I see it being a 3 day event:
Sat : 50 to 70 people
Sun & Mon: 30 to 40 people
I reckon there is a good chance we will be able to make use of one of
the local universities if we talk to the right people.
Lets see what options we have open to us before we consider using the
There will likely be 5 to 15 people say the whole week, but that can be
handled in LISAsoft offices.
Cameron Shorter wrote:
> Paul Ramsey wrote:
>>> Also at sometime we need to talk about the venue for the code
>>> sprint. Should
>>> I start looking for venues for a week long code sprint? If so will
>>> there now
>>> be a registration fee for the code sprint?
>> Yes, look for venues. We need to know our options. No fee.
> Paul, you put out a straw poll for people's preference for length of a
> code sprint, and have only got a little feedback, possibly because
> people haven't recovered from SA yet. Should we send a direct email to
> project leads to ask them to ask their communities to plan for a code
> sprint now, and get back with:
> * Expected number of people that will be attending from their team
> * How many days they would like
> Do you have an email list of project leads handy?
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