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RE: [cdt-dev] CDT working conference early this fall

Intel would likely send 4 developers to the conference.  The last 2 weeks in Sept may not be good for one of the developers – all other dates in Sept/Oct are OK.


Here are a few additional possible topics:


o  The possibility of a CDT-Wide concept of a “tool-chain”

o  Discussion of CDT “singletons” and other CDT architecture topics – I remember a mailing list discussion regarding some aspect of the architecture that Doug questioned.  If we don’t talk about this now we may never do it.

o  Discussion of where we think CDT is with regards to scalability.


I’m thinking we may have enough for 3 days.  I know that I will want to attend most discussions.





From: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Derrick Keefe
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 11:18 PM
To: 'CDT General developers list.'
Subject: [cdt-dev] CDT working conference early this fall


The proposal is to have a CDT working conference early this fall. EclipseCon is great as it creates a lot of energy and enthusiasm, but once a year just isn't enough for a distributed project like CDT.  This would be a couple of days where we would concentrate on things that need to be moved forward and are best expedited through face to face meetings. This conference is for the committers and contributors of the CDT projects and should be driven by these key project members.


This email is to kick off discussion about what we can cover, please share your ideas.


Here are some suggestions:

future release planning,

Requirements - debugger, multi-language, modular framework, performance etc.

technology presentations - new features, designs, design reviews  

opportunities with other projects DSP, Platform, LDTP

Workshop for ISV

How to become a contributor/committer



Give it some thought I would like to hear what people think of this  and their ideas.






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