I see your point, but that works for FOSDEM because they're the largest conference in
Europe, we're barely a devroom in comparison. Our "devroom theme" is Fedora
On Nov 18, 2015 2:27 PM, Matthew Miller <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 10:27:30AM -0500, Tom Callaway wrote:
> > I was talking to Dmitri Pal (from FreeIPA) at LISA, and he suggested
> > that rather than having people vote on individual talks, we could have
> > people propose _topics_, and then we'd have a community-wide vote on
> > those - separate from specific speakers or talks. From that, we could
> > have a "skeletal" schedule of tracks and talks in certain areas.
> > we could have interested/knowledgeable people in each selected topic
> > fill that out... maybe provide an ordered list of recommended
> > talks/sessions, which would go to the Flock committee for final
> > selection.
> That seems like a recipe for disaster. I've never seen any other event
> work that way, and I do not think that is a good plan going forward. It
In some ways, it's similar to how FOSDEM works with the devrooms. But I
hear you about more work.
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