[Baypiggies] IDE demos
DennisR at dair.com
Sun Apr 16 19:33:44 CEST 2006
>Do you want me to lead the random access part too?
I would like to hang on to conducting mapping/random access or at least
make it a distinct duty. In this way, there is continuity in the
expectations we have for this segment ... and a contact for inevitable
>I can motivate collaborate with the other presenters to work out how
>we will handle it.
Good. I makes sense to me that you be the technical moderator for this event.
>I can start the meeting on time.
It gets better and better :-).
>How much time do we get?
That is an IronPort night, so the prototype schedule would be
7:30 - 8:45 Event Program
8:45 - 9:00 Mapping/Random Access
You would get 75 minutes.
>I'm hoping for July at Google. Is this possible?
Hmmm... I missed this before. My other comments were based on June at
IronPort. As far as I know June and July are both open at this point. Do
you still want July at Google? Let's nail the date down.
>Is there anything else that needs doing?
Yes. This is an incomplete list based on what I know/can guess
1) You may need to arrange physical setup and especially audio-visual with
speakers and JJ.
2) I think we could benefit from an improved publicity process. Look at
the existing http://baypiggies.net web page. Here is what is posted:
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Agenda: Book review and newbie questions
Speaker(s): JJ (Shannon Behrens)
About the talk
JJ will review "Professional Software Development"
with discussion and newbiew questions afterward.
This description needs to answer the question "Why would I want to drive or
travel xx miles on a (rainy) night to attend this?". It also needs to
answer other questions but unless the "why" question is answered the other
questions are irrelevant.
In the IEEE Computer Society (pre-WWW), we had a paragraph on the speaker
and a paragraph on the talk itself. In Dennis Allison's excellent
http://www.stanford.edu/class/ee380/ seminar series, speaker names,
affiliations, and talk titles are listed in a clickable format linking to a
speaker-provided description. I suggest we move to the Stanford Model.
As a meeting organizer, I would ask that you pull together a one-page
summary using the Stanford seminar clickable links for each talk as a
model. I think the URL should be frozen with at least initial content
ideally 2 weeks prior and certainly 1 week prior to the meeting.
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