[Pulp-dev] PulpCon 2020 - save the date and vote for topics!

Tatiana Tereshchenko ttereshc at redhat.com
Wed Aug 5 14:28:48 UTC 2020

We are glad to announce that PulpCon will take place during* the week of
September 14th*.
The sessions will be held over *5 half-days*, Mon-Fri mornings in EST and
afternoons in CET.

Currently, we are collecting potential topics to discuss and voting on
them. Please add topics you are interested in to this doc
<https://hackmd.io/@pulp/pulpcon2020/> [0] or add your +1 to the existing

If you would like to present your own work related to Pulp, your own plugin
or any tooling around Pulp, feel free to add your name and project as a
topic. We'll be happy to hear about your experience and allocate a slot for
you in the schedule.

The topic submission and voting will be closed on *August 15, 2020*.

[0] https://hackmd.io/@pulp/pulpcon2020/

On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 3:50 PM Tatiana Tereshchenko <ttereshc at redhat.com>

> PulpCon is an annual event where Pulp developers and contributors come
> together to discuss short and long-term project goals, deep dive into new
> and developing features, and make time for topics that need more attention
> than an email thread or a conventional meeting will allow. The schedule
> changes every year and is driven by the attendees.
> Past events have been held in person; however, this year it will be
> *virtual*.
> The sessions will take place over 5 half-days - mornings in EST and
> afternoons in CET. The schedule of sessions will be planned
> collaboratively. A detailed schedule will be announced on the pulp-dev
> mailing list as we get closer to the event. Participants are free to attend
> whichever sessions interest them.
> At this time we are trying to pick a week that will work best for
> everyone. Please provide your input here:
> https://doodle.com/poll/bssf9qpnzei9ypyg
> Thank you!
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