FOSDEM Java dev room submission
neugens at redhat.com
Tue Dec 2 15:59:31 UTC 2014
On Tue, 2014-12-02 at 16:20 +0100, dalibor topic wrote:
> On 01.12.2014 20:56, Mario Torre wrote:
> > +1 For the recording.
> > Dalibor, will this be possible?
> I won't be able to participate in that case.
I was sure about that, this is why I put NO as default.
Still, it would be nice if we could record some of Oracle presentations.
> I think recording a Q&A session is a rather bad idea in general, as it
> implies consensus on the side of the audience to have their questions,
> conversations and discussions recorded.
I agree in general, unfortunately this is the argument that was
difficult for me to make pass on the organisation. On the other end most
of what we say can be used as guides or documentation for the future, so
I can see the benefit of recording.
Anyway, that said, I think it's pretty important to have Oracle present,
so let it be no recording.
I'm sending this text today, let me know if you have further questions.
OpenJDK Adoption Group Q&A
There's a ton of stuff going on in OpenJDK, projects, repositories, bug
database, experiments. This is a lot of potential fun, but the entrance
barrier for newcomers is extremely high, and it's easy to get lost and
not enjoy the fun anymore. In order to help people wanting to contribute
keep track of this intricate forest of development and find their way
out, the Adoption Group was created
This session is an exchange between few of the hackers directly involved
with the Adoption Group and the public. We will indeed discuss some of
the projects we are currently involved with - like the planned global
hack days for jsonp, jigsaw and tools that use jigsaw and http 2.0 with
language interoperability - but above all we will answer questions the
audience may have in relation to getting involved with OpenJDK, both
from a technical perspective and a social one, so that next year you can
sit together with us helping even more people to jump on the fun!
If you need help organising your next hackday, or you are completely
lost tying to get started with OpenJDK, this is the session for you!
* Recording on audio and/or video
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