[pytest-dev] preparing a pytest-dev/core social video meetup and preparing ideas for a online/offline sprint in 2023
flub at devork.be
Sun Oct 9 14:19:47 EDT 2022
I totally second this! (despite my total lack of contributing the last
years, I still think this would be good for current contributors)
I think during warmer summer moths it is entirely possible to create a
COVID-responsible sprint. I think the e.g. the Rust conferences have
demonstrated it is possible to put responsible conferences on and having
a sprint format can be done even better as you can do basically all
activities in outdoors and well spaced and ventilated settings.
Maybe a good start would be to figure out which location would be most
suitable for prospective participants. Bearing in mind there's a
reasonable amount of money pytest has by now so travel assistance should
not be a big deal.
What format do you have in mind for the round-table? I'm not familiar
with this term.
On Sat 08 Oct 2022 at 09:00 -0300, Bruno Oliveira wrote:
> Sounds like a good idea, specially having another Sprint in person.
> On Sat, Oct 8, 2022 at 4:48 AM Ronny Pfannschmidt <
> opensource at ronnypfannschmidt.de> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> with the pandemic ensuring lack of safe conferences/sprints since a
>> while now,
>> i think its very helpful to create some type of semi-regular interaction
>> to get the team closer and to foster progress.
>> The last pytest sprint is already an awful long while ago, and with the
>> lack of safe to visit conferences in the last few years, we haven't had
>> many chances to foster social interaction.
>> In order to change that i want to create a regular round-table whose
>> primary focus is getting to know each other and fostering joy in
>> interaction, which in turn should be a good help in fostering progress
>> for pytest as a whole.
>> Additionally i would like to see trough with some preparations for a
>> pytest summer sprint in 2023
>> in order to create opportunities to work in person on some of the pain
>> points that we where not able to touch/move in the years since the last
>> -- Ronny
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