dholbachgood morning06:29
dholbachso I accepted a bunch of sessions from https://blueprints.launchpad.net/sprints/uos-1505 - but there are a lot of folks who proposed sessions, but are not attending the event yet, so I was holding off accepting those first06:36
* dholbach relocates, bbiab08:09
dholbachdpm, I had a chat with Maarten yesterday... what do you think about a session to brainstorm a bit to see what kind of ideas people come up with, so we maybe know which communities we could reach out to, maybe see a few dots we can connect, or put together plans for howtos or interesting stuff that could be demo'ed on the snappy pages - what do you think?10:01
dpmdholbach, I think it could be a good idea - perhaps we might want to reach out to snappy-devel and partners in advance to pre-populate an etherpad, for those who can't attend the session?10:04
dholbachdpm, or do you see a way to generalise the scope a bit?10:05
davidcalledholbach, we should probably ask people which language/kind of apps they would like to see covered in snap-ification examples.10:12
dpmdholbach, sorry, just got off the phone10:17
dholbachno worries10:18
* dpm thinks10:21
dholbachdpm, davidcalle: AFAICS there are at least four angles to this discussion: 1) nice tutorials, 2) good demo material - better "first 15 minutes" experience with the snappy site, 3) potential communities to reach out to, 4) low-hanging fruit in terms of connecting communities/tools/frameworks10:25
dpmdholbach, all this sounds great to me already. I think 1) and 3) will be the harder ones but the most rewarding10:28
dpmwell 3) shouldn't be hard, but it's a completely new community :)10:28
dholbachwhich will probably make it more interesting to the kind of people who are involved in that kind of community: lots of pioneer spirit :)10:29
dholbachall right... I'll try to give the session an interesting name and make it a general catch-all brainstorm kind of session10:29
dholbachI'm sure we'll get something out of it :)10:29
dpmdholbach, good work :) - I think it might be worth perhaps putting it on Wed or Thu, so that new folks have had a chance of having a taste of snappy on the first day? Just an idea10:31
dholbachfirst day is full already anyway :)10:32
davidcalledholbach, dpm, do you think mterry would be open to run a deb2snap session? I've just tried it and it's phenomenal: I've just snap-ified an archive deb (moon-buggy) and a standalone python script. Making snappy much more useful/understandable to me.10:37
dholbachgo go go10:37
dholbachwith moon buggy on ubuntu core, we should probably release 15.04.110:38
dholbacha serious brown paper bag release :)10:38
dpmdholbach, or just make it 15.0510:39
* davidcalle -> lunch, bbiab10:40
dholbachbon app├ętit10:40
davidcalleMerci !10:41
dpmdavidcalle, I think balloons wanted to or already spoke to him, but I'm not sure. I think it's a great idea, let's10:41
dpmsync up with him when he's in10:41
dpmtoo late10:41
dpmjust had a friend passing by on the street and knocking on my window to say hi10:42
dpmnice things about working at floor level10:42
dpmeven if it distracts you from IRC sometimes ;)10:42
* dholbach will go for a walk by the lake in a bit and grab lunch too10:44
dholbachlunch time10:58
dholbachjcastro_, there's a bunch of session at https://blueprints.launchpad.net/sprints/uos-1505/+settopics which are cloud related15:03
jcastro_dholbach, those are openstack, I'll ask Pat to take a look.15:09
dholbachok cool15:09
dholbachmaybe also remind the folks who added them to register for the event :)15:09
balloonsjcastro_, can you confirm these are dupes? http://summit.ubuntu.com/uos-1505/meeting/22433/canonical-landscape-demonstration/ and http://summit.ubuntu.com/uos-1505/meeting/22434/canonical-landscape-demonstration/. if so, which one to delete?15:32
jcastro_they are dupes15:32
jcastro_don't care which one you delete15:32
jcastro_(sorry at a sprint)15:32
balloonsjcastro_, ack, ty15:32
jonodpm, hey16:01
jonoall set?16:01
dpmjono, yep!16:01
dholbachhave a great rest of your day everyone - see you tomorrow!16:30

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