[scikit-learn] Monthly meetings between core developers + "Hello World"

Nicolas Hug niourf at gmail.com
Fri Aug 2 09:29:22 EDT 2019

I don't think this would be the place for long technical discussions.

I was picturing something like "IHere's what I'm working on, here's the 
current status, and here's what needs to be decided". Then depending on 
the complexity, things can be briefly discussed, or we can just 
prioritize and assign work. In any case the moderator is in charge of 
keeping the meeting < 1h.

But yeah, this is a first  for everyone so we'll have to make adjustments!


On 8/2/19 1:56 AM, Joel Nothman wrote:
> Such meetings could go quite long. (Think those sprint meetings in 
> Paris...) How do we time box discussions, or ensure that the most 
> important/urgent/low-hanging things are covered?
> Should the objective of the meeting be firstly to prioritise or assign 
> work, and secondarily to discuss issues?
> To avoid open-ended discussion, we could put topics in an order with 
> time limits.
> Or we can just see how it goes.
> I think we also need to make it clear that non-core contributors are 
> welcome to these meetings too!
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