[Baypiggies] IDE demos
DennisR at dair.com
Mon Apr 17 06:59:41 CEST 2006
At 07:35 PM 4/16/2006, Marilyn Davis wrote:
>*We* get 75 minutes.
70 minutes at Google. Mapping/Random Access is scheduled for 5 minutes
longer at Google than IronPort to account for the expected larger
audience. Yes, while the plural "you" as all speakers combined is also
true as you note, I was reckoning that someone needs to keep track of time
of the topic discussions during the meeting and ultimately that is the
singular "you" as meeting organizer.
>July, Google, if no one objects.
>How does it happen at Google? Do I need to help there?
You and Neil need to be in contact for A-V (audio-visual equipment) and
room setup. I currently understand as details for this meeting
Date Thur, July 14
Location Google (contact: Neil)
Working Topic Title IDE Comparison
Topic Organizer Marilyn
Mapping/Random Access Dennis
Posting (site+c.l.p..) Aahz
>What I don't understand is, who is doing the web page? I hope (we all
>hope) that I am not.
I envision that the meeting organizer/speaker would like to have a web page
on their own servers. The decision maker is the individual
organizer/speaker. If such web page exists, I am volunteering to track the
URL here in postings. The advantage of speaker/organizer web page is the
individuals directly involved in the technical program can post
changes/updates and even slides after the talk directly. Fwiw, the
copyright status of this posting is unambiguous: it resides with the poster
on their own server unless there is explicit alternative statement.
In parallel, one can imagine posting of a web page on the BayPiggies web
server, along the Stanford model. Aahz is the authority here.
I gather we have not had a web page describing the talk for some
while. IMO, this is least desirable but all four logical outcomes of
outside vs. BayPiggies and yes/no web page can work.
To answer your question directly: I think "who/whether" is joint decision
between you and Aahz.
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