Second Tor online "developer party" on Monday from 18:00 to 20:00 UTC
cav at gotadsl.co.uk
Wed Aug 4 19:06:04 UTC 2010
Sorry if I am asking the obvious. I cant see a reference in the email to
the IRC channel.
I'd like to join you guys.
With kind regards,
Nick Mathewson wrote:
> Hi, folks! This email is a heads-up about our next online
> nonstructured mass developer meeting, still called a "developer party"
> on the superstitious belief that if we act like it's supposed to be
> fun, it will be. The last one was fun, after all.
> (I'm announcing this one on or-dev, since that's where people
> suggested that I announce it after I announced the last one on another
> list. If you don't think these messages should be on or-dev, please
> email me personally [not the list] to say so.)
> It's going to be from 18:00 to 20:00 UTC on Monday on the #tor-dev
> channel on irc.oftc.net. That's 14:00 to 16:00 eastern, and 11:00 to
> 13:00 pacific, if I can still do math with my current jetlag.
> General notes:
> * If you're not free to make it, or if you're not free to make it for
> the whole time, don't worry. There will be more of these at other
> times ranging from "too late in Europe" to "too early in California".
> * If you're not an actual developer on Tor, you're welcome to come and
> hang out, but this is mainly a time for developers to chat and plot
> and generally confab.
> * We're probably not going to be "partying" for every minute of all 2
> hours; think of this as a salon where people wander in and out and
> take breaks to go into a corner and eat cheese or debug trac or
> * The format will probably change in the future as we get some
> experience with it and learn more about what does (and doesn't) work
> for us. If having 2 open hours is too much, let's do less.
> * I'm going to try to "host" this developer party. Since you can't
> serve food over IRC, and there's no need to vacuum the floor before
> the party starts, I'm not quite sure what my responsibility will be
> other than being around the whole time and trying to make sure the
> conversation stays interesting. I'll play it by ear.
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