Il 20/apr/2017 03:57 PM, "Brian Exelbierd" <bex(a)pobox.com> ha scritto:
On Thu, Apr 20, 2017, at 03:01 PM, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
On 04/20/2017 06:49 AM, Brian Exelbierd wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 19, 2017, at 08:53 PM, Máirín Duffy wrote:
>> Call for Proposals Notes
>> regcfp RFEs for CFP:
>> 1) We need a new field for CFP submission. The field should allow
>> session proposers to indicate "Who needs to be present in this session
>> for it to be successful?" User needs to include name or FAS ID in
>> regcfp UI. A multi-value field for this to allow for multiple people to
>> be indicated in the answer is desirable. It would also be nice for the
>> field to allow freeform name entry and FAS id lookup.
>> 2) We need a new CFP submission field to ask proposers to indicate how
>> much time they would like for their session. puiterwijk suggested using
>> the tracks system for this. A number of durations should be available
>> be selected from. (What durations? Multiple of a common
>> there should be an unsure option?)
> My gut feeling after the session yesterday was: 60, 120, 240
I think it should be different for the level-setting talks, the "do"
and the report-outs.
* Talks on Day 1 may have either 30 or 60 minute slots
* "do" sessions cannot be successful at shorter than 120 minutes (from
experience). The first hour of any workshop always involves getting
I like it. To make it easy to select in the track list, I am
interpreting your idea to be choices of:
Talk (30 min)
Talk (60 min)
Do-Session (120 Min)
Do-Session (240 Min)
* All approved sessions for days two and three have a mandatory
summary presentation on Day Four. These should be in the Keynote room and
broadcast to overflow rooms as needed. No other sessions should be
conflict with them.
I also like this :)
Sounds like we need to alert in the CFP that do-sessions have this
requirement. We should also mention that if you need more than 240 min
you should propose a "part 1" and a "part 2" and just note that both
required (or if part 2 is optional).
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+1 to all of these, except the 240min do-session. That seems rather long to
me, maybe 3 hours as max time is enough.