On Thursday, November 04, 2010 03:17:48 pm Guillermo Gómez wrote:
El 30/08/10 13:04, Guillermo Gómez escribió:
> Toshio proposed to me the idea of coding dojos for fudcons but this idea
> still raw.
Now FPL is proposing a Ruby FAD , wow... again, im glad about, but i
dont feel i can do this alone... (thrill is becoming panic , jeje)
A Ruby FAD would be absolutely awesome. There's some things to discuss, and
there's some things to get done.
I estimate this (address all of the problems / questions / tasks we are or
would be looking at) cannot be done over the course a single weekend, and
face-to-face high bandwidth, throw-marker-at-whiteboard discussions and
follow-up would need to be included.
That said, were we to meet up some place for one week, the funding required
would simply be enormous. It would better be combined with a significant,
other, Ruby related event where we can show what we are doing / have done, to
justify such cost and potentially engage way more people.
RubyConf 2010 is starting in three days in New Orleans ;-)
FUDCon Tempe is more appropriate in terms of planning, but I highly doubt all
too many of us will be there. I hope to be able to discuss some if the things
as I envision them with some of you, at least.
FOSDEM 2011 will be held February 5-6th, in Brussels, Belgium. I'll be there
hopefully giving a Ruby talk to devs on the pains they give sysadmins -if they
ever open up the Ruby track talk proposal submission like they had last year.
I suppose the question becomes;
- What is the agenda, what type of preparations would we need, and what type
of event would we want to make our little gathering?
Jeroen van Meeuwen