[Baypiggies] Planning remaining 2006 meetings

Dennis Reinhardt DennisR at dair.com
Fri Aug 18 16:21:42 CEST 2006

At 04:01 AM 8/18/2006, Steve Hindle wrote:

>What exactly is 'mapping'?  If you mean the 'free time' at the ends of
>the meetings to wander around and chat (I thought that was 'random
>access' ?) - thats my favorite part of the meeting and it definately
>'pulls its own weight' for me :-)

mapping: the part of the meeting where one person at a time describes items 
of interest.  Loosely from cpu address mapping hardware in that it is 
making a one-one connection between an address (person) and final 
destination (item of interest).  Mapping is the last regularly scheduled 
item on the agenda.  It's main purpose is to serve as an index into and 
guidepost for random access...

random access: starts at 9:00 and follows mapping.  Wander around and chat 
is a fine description.  Loosely from cpu memory hardware in that connection 
can be made between any two people.

The question under discussion is how much time to allocate for mapping.

Regards, Dennis

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