I'm interested in participating, but I will likely be unavailable that week.  But if that works for everyone else, then no worries.  I can hack on some bugs other times.

Thanks for organizing, Nathan!


On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 11:30 AM, Nathan Goldbaum <nathan12343@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,

I think I'd like to organize a 2-day sprint to work on fixing bugs that are currently marked as blockers for yt 3.5. I think having a dedicated time to do this will help us be more organized and also help get more eyes on the list of open bugs.

I was thinking Thursday and Friday September 13th and 14th. Would anyone who would otherwise be interested in participating in such a sprint already have plans those two days?

I can reserve a room here at NCSA if anyone wants to come down to Champaign-Urbana and work in person, but I think we should plan on people participating remotely and just have a google hangout session running or slack channel open during the sprint.

If you're interested and can make it, just reply to this e-mail with a +1.


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Cameron Hummels
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