[placement] Virtual Pre-PTG
jaypipes at gmail.com
Wed Apr 10 21:35:22 UTC 2019
On 04/10/2019 08:39 AM, Chris Dent wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Apr 2019, Chris Dent wrote:
>> On Mon, 25 Mar 2019, Chris Dent wrote:
>>> I propose we start the process the week of the 8th, giving us 3
>>> weeks of discussion prior to the PTG, with the caveat that the week
>>> of the 22nd my availability will be limited. Between now and then
>>> make sure you topics get on the etherpads, along with as much
>>> additional info as you would normally put there. Don't fret if you
>>> think of something after the 8th, just put it on the etherpad as
>>> normal, and we'll figure it out.
>> I'm going to get this started later today using the "series of email
>> threads" mentioned above. I'll give them '[placement]' and '[ptg]'
>> and base them off whatever seems relavant from the two etherpads
>> [2,3]. As before, feel free to continue adding to the etherpads.
> I've started threads for everything from [2,3] that seemed relevant.
> For each topic where I started a thread, I changed the top-level
> topic to bold and made the next line a link to the archive of the
> first email in the thread.
> The discussion should continue through next week. As topics reach a
> natural conclusion I'll summarize back to the etherpad. Anything
> that seems fully done I'll move to another part of the etherpad. The
> point with that is so that by the time the PTG comes around we're
> only paying attention to stuff we got stuck on during this
> email-based discussion.
> As ever, if you remember a topic that hasn't already come up, please
> add it to one of the etherpads.
> Also, so it is clear, these discussions are for everyone. You don't
> need to be a regular placement contributor or user to participate.
> If you have something to say, we want to hear it.
Chris, despite my being quite exhausted from emails and spec reviews, I
wanted to thank you for spending the time to do this. It's been very
helpful and serves as a good way to gather feedback in writing before
what always ends up being an exhausting PTG session-fest.
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