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RE: [] Invitation to speak at committer and project boot camp

I had similar plans, and can be available for TPTP

Thanks for your time.
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02/21/2007 12:27 AM

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RE: [] Invitation to speak at        committerand project boot camp

Hi Ward,

I'm planning to attend the whole "boot camp". I'll be glad to share what
I've learned, but you should be aware that much of it has been gained by
trial and error (mostly error), along with some helpful guidance from
more experienced committers.  Suggest you populate the panel with more
seasoned committers, but if there is some extra room, I'll be glad to
share what we've learned the hard way.


Brian Carroll
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Serena Software
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-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf
Of Ward Cunningham
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 3:33 PM
Cc: Jeff McAffer; Kai-Uwe Maetzel; Scott Lewis
Subject: [] Invitation to speak at
committerand project boot camp

Architecture Council Members and Elected Committer Representatives,

We are conducting a fast-paced and in-depth "boot camp" for new
committers and projects from 1 to 5 pm on Sunday, March 4th, as a no-
fee addition to EclipseCon. We've had a great responses and have filled
the room. I've attached more information about the event below.

I would like to invite those of you who will be in town Sunday afternoon
to participate in a Q&A panel as part of this event starting at 4 pm in
the Tasman room of the hotel. This will not require any preparation on
your part and is intended to show off your expertise in the best
possible light. I will adjust the format depending on how many of you
confirm participation. Please let me know if you can join us this week.

Best regards,

Ward Cunningham

from the above ...

You're new to Eclipse. Our experience at the foundation suggests you
have a lot of questions. We've seen past questions cluster around three
topics: development process, intellectual property cleanliness, and,
techniques of community development. So we've assembled the relevant
foundation expertise to answer your questions in a fast- paced and
in-depth afternoon we're calling "boot camp". But don't worry about
drill sergeants or push-ups.

Our boot camp will consist of three sections. The first will provide an
in-depth review of steps to create and manage an open source project at
Eclipse, including writing a project proposal, getting ready for your
first creation review and the responsibilities of all committers/project
leaders. The second section will cover the licensing and IP process that
is required for all Eclipse projects.  
And finally there will be a discussion on what are the best practices
for building a community around your project.
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