[FOSS4G-Oceania] full day workshops?
ed at mapillary.com
Tue Apr 30 23:25:02 PDT 2019
I find it hard to commit either way without knowing which workshop ideas
will be submitted, but I thought Martin's idea was creative. We could give
people the opportunity to run a workshop in the morning and then have the
afternoon workshop be a continuation.
The structure would still be two half day workshops, but the workshop
presenter would have the to run a session throughout the day. The onus
would be on the presenter and workshop selectors to make sure the morning
and afternoon sessions were distinct enough that people would not
necessarily have to commit to the full day.
On Wed, 1 May 2019 at 04:24, Jan Ducnuigeen <jldindc at gmail.com> wrote:
> I like the idea to include some related two half day workshops - with 3
> rooms at 18 seat capacity and 3 rooms at 32 seat capacity (and the others
> in between in capacity) it might make it quite possible to have the
> beginner/advanced workshops split. These room capacities could accommodate
> higher interest and lower interest workshops with equal time. I agree with
> the idea of managing the workshops as two half day related events as it
> gives a lot more flexibility to attendees to mix and match their interests,
> but at this point I'm not sure of the impact on scheduling and registration.
> On Wed, May 1, 2019 at 5:20 AM John Bryant <johnwbryant at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have been to some really great full day workshops, where the amount of
>> content really called for the extended time. I like the idea.
>> Obviously needs to be balanced out against the added challenges around
>> the call for workshops, scheduling, and registration. It would incur some
>> extra load in terms of messaging, to make sure everything's super clear.
>> But if people are on top of these things, I feel like it could be
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