On Sat, Jan 25, 2014 at 12:16:40PM +0100, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> I will be giving a talk on Sunday, February 9th in at DevConf in
> CZ, and I'll post slides from that (probably here as text as well), and
> I assume there will be video.
That's great (I'll be there; Fosdem as well), but please allow me a side
note here: Videos and IRC logs are a great resource if you really care
about something and want to know all the details. But the ratio for
"time spend watching/reading vs. information gathered" is often quite
bad. That's why written, easy to read summaries are important. And I
think we got too few of them from Flock last year, which is one of the
reason why I had/have problems to fully understand Fedora.next.
Oh, absolutely. The transcripts from the Flock talks that had them (see
) were awesome, but summaries are even
better. I'll try to use the slides I have yet to put together as the basis
of a post here (and maybe a wiki page update).
Agreed. For example, "+1/like"-Buttons for a mailing list
would be good
afaics, to get a rough impression how people think (just wondering: will
hyperkitty or something from that camp of developers have this?). But
that's just one thing that springs to my mind and a different topic.
FTR, yes, that's a key feature of hyperkitty.
To be honest: only a little bit. Fedora.next simply is so big
wondering if too much is cramped into it) and still vague in some parts
that I remain careful. But that's not unusual, I'm quite sceptic all the
time and more of a pessimist ;-)
The big parts don't need to be done all at once. (Some of them might not
need to be done at all.) Careful is good.
And for now I have something else I need to take care of first:
preparing my devconf talk :D
Yes -- see you there!
Matthew Miller -- Fedora Project -- <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>