[scikit-learn] Monthly meetings between core developers + "Hello World"
niourf at gmail.com
Mon Aug 26 08:54:21 EDT 2019
Meeting is in 5 minutes everyone! Prepare to be np.random.choice'd :)
On 8/22/19 10:11 AM, Nicolas Hug wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> Quick reminder that the next meeting is on Monday! *Please update your
> cards on the project board* so we can all have a look before the week-end.
> We decided to go for a "scrum-like" approach this time: quickly go
> through everyone's notes first, then discuss main issues.
> Anyone interested in hosting? I think we should have a new person each
> time, or you'll soon be fed up with me. If nobody speaks up I'll
> np.random.choice someone on Monday ;)
> Time and date:
> Project board:
> Meeting link: https://appear.in/amueller
> See you on Monday!
> On 8/5/19 10:31 AM, Andreas Mueller wrote:
>> As usual, I agree ;)
>> I think it would be good to call out particularly important bugfixes
>> so they get reviews.
>> We might also want to think about how we can organize the issue
>> tracker better.
>> Having more full-time people on the project certainly means more
>> activity but ideally we can use some of that time to make the issue
>> tracker more organized.
>> On 8/5/19 9:21 AM, Joel Nothman wrote:
>>> Yay for technology! Awesome to see you all and have some matters
>>> Adrin is right that the issue tracker is increasingly overwhelming
>>> (because there are more awesome people hired to work on the project,
>>> more frequent sprints, etc). This meeting is a useful summary.
>>> The meeting mostly focussed on big features. We should be careful to
>>> not leave behind important bugs fixes and work originating outside
>>> the core devs.
>>> Despite that: Some of Guillaume's activities got cut off. I think it
>>> would be great to progress both on stacking and resampling before
>>> the next release.
>>> I also think these meetings should, as a standing item, note the
>>> estimated upcoming release schedule, to help us remain aware of that
>>> Good night!
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