I uploaded a picture of the board just after everyone left. I did a landscape view because the last slots didn't have anything in them yet so I just cut them out of the photo.

Katia and I were talking about adding more sharpie or thick pens and removing some of the thin pens bear they're a little harder to make out in photos.. though they are easier to write with.

Whoever put up the signs to write big: thank you!

I added another one to the table.

On Thu, May 2, 2019, 14:13 Katia Lira <katialira.villena@gmail.com> wrote:
 No objections from me, that will help keeping the board updated online.


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On May 2, 2019, at 12:34 PM, Trey Hunner <trey@truthful.technology> wrote:

Hey all,

I just checked the emails to make sure we responded to all the recent ones and we did! Thanks Katia and Haley for handling those.

Anna and Haley: I agree that every 30 minutes might be too ambitious this year. I agree that updating every 60-120 minutes is probably fine (especially for the first year we're doing this).

What do you all think of me asking others if they'd be up for helping out as well and giving a few other trusted folks access via their GitHub accounts? Any objections to that?

On Wed, Apr 24, 2019 at 5:04 PM Anna Ossowski <annabell.ossowski@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Trey,

Thanks for putting together the doc! Looks great!

I think taking a pic every 30 minutes might be a bit much and I don’t think it would be manageable. Every 1-2 hours should be fine. We could add a sentence to the website setting clear expectations of how often we will update the picture.

My availability will be limited as I will be staffing the Elastic booth, organizing the mental health Open Space, and participating in other events.

Thank you!
Anna

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On Apr 24, 2019, at 7:00 PM, Trey Hunner <trey@truthful.technology> wrote:

Alright I've started a document that I'd like you all to review and discuss


On picture quality

Picture quality seems like it might be shaky (see the many examples of pictures folks have taken in the past, which are often hard to read because the text is so small/fuzzy in photos).

We could try to compensate for this by encouraging large dark letters and reminding people to write legibly so that people can read what they've written from afar.

On scheduling pictures

I'd love to have a picture taken every 30 minutes if possible. Thoughts on how reasonable/necessary that seems?

What is your availability like during PyCon? Will you be able to take pictures of the board on-site and, if so, how often? I figure I should be able to take a picture every 120 minutes approximately, since I don't plan to be in talks and open spaces for more than about 2 blocks of time in a row.

Taking a picture every 2 hours is a bit of a scheduling issue potentially. If we got 1-3 more trusted volunteers for this task, would could instead shoot for each person taking a picture every 3 hours. I suppose technically we could even recruit random people as volunteers, if they wanted to email one of us a picture if they see an upload of one is needed.

On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 8:28 AM Anna Ossowski <annabell.ossowski@gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks so much for the help! You are awesome :)

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On Apr 23, 2019, at 4:14 PM, Trey Hunner <trey@truthful.technology> wrote:

Hi Anna,

I'll put together a game plan and run it by you all via email tomorrow. It'll be in the form of a Google Doc.

Thanks for the nudge!

On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 6:17 AM Anna Ossowski <annabell.ossowski@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Trey,

PyCon is fast approaching so I thought it would be good to come up with a general game plan for everyone. Would you be able to send some instructions to the team with regards to monitoring the Open Spaces board and uploading the images to the website? How often should we take a picture? How do we split it up? Anything else we need to know?

Thanks so much :)
Anna

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