[collectd] Interested in doing a workshop kind of contributor meetup?
sunku.ranganath at intel.com
Thu Nov 8 17:05:07 CET 2018
Surely a big thanks for helping organizing this. Looking forward for the meetup and discussion.
We (from Intel side) are flexible on the location and time of the meetup. Provided feedback through the survey link.
The important topic of interest from our side is about moving to time based release.
Onboard with Matthias on discussing the suggested topics. The only other topics to add on is about "code owners" & CI.
This is surely a good progress in bringing together the community.
Hope to accelerate going ahead.
From: collectd [mailto:collectd-bounces at verplant.org] On Behalf Of Matthias Runge
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 4:03 AM
To: Florian Forster <octo at collectd.org>; collectd at verplant.org
Subject: Re: [collectd] Interested in doing a workshop kind of contributor meetup?
On 27/10/2018 11:21, Florian Forster wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> that's a great idea!
> I've talked to Matthias and we'll try to organize a venue in München,
> Germany where both of us work. Arranging something on a work day is
> going to be easier than on the weekend, at least if one of our
> employers is hosting us. In any event, knowing the number of
> interested parties would be super helpful. It'd be great if you could take 30 seconds to fill out this three-question survey:
> Best regards,
Thank you Florian for putting this up!
Since we're targeting early next year, we might also think of co-locating this with FOSDEM in Brussels (if that's an option?), as it might enable folks to combine travels?
Topics for the meetup I would imagine are:
- review guidelines for reviewing code
- what are groups doing? presentations of involved projects?
- next big(ger) changes requested/planned for development
- ramping up interested persons
- discussion on changing the release model? feature-based vs. time-based releases?
> On Fri, Oct 26, 2018 at 10:25:29AM +0200, Matthias Runge wrote:
>> I wondered if there is interest in having a meetup for collectd
>> contributors, or if there is a way to distribute the load of
>> maintenance on more shoulders.
>> I'm open to ideas to improve the situation, that could be:
>> - create/maintain a wishlist for new features/changes
>> - define/collect low-hanging fruits for (new) contributors
>> - maybe switch to a different release model? Would automatism help there?
>> - create/maintain a wiki page for review or coding guidelines
>> - is the
>> I'd be happy to organize/help organize a personal meeting, or to host
>> a video conference, irc meeting, whatever helps....
>> Feedback is very welcome here. Based on the turn the discussion will
>> take, we would decide on next steps.
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