[Pulp-dev] PulpCon 2020 - save the date and vote for topics!
ttereshc at redhat.com
Wed Aug 5 14:31:42 UTC 2020
+pulp-list <pulp-list at redhat.com>
On Wed, Aug 5, 2020 at 4:28 PM Tatiana Tereshchenko <ttereshc at redhat.com>
> 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/>  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*.
>  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
>> 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:
>> Thank you!
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