[TOS] Textbook sprint at FSOSS / TOS Summit
adam at flossmanuals.net
Fri Oct 2 10:48:41 UTC 2009
Who will facilitate the sprint? if you would like some tips on how to do
it then I would be glad to help...NB: book sprints are a different beast
to code sprints...
On Thu, 2009-10-01 at 14:12 -0400, Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:
> On Wed, 30 Sep 2009, Chris Tyler wrote:
> > My take on is that we have some good space, we have stuff that we need
> > to talk about, we have a small number of people committed to being there
> > (10 at this point), and we have dinner booked (we're going to join the
> > FSOSS speakers). We should get together in some form or another, whether
> > it ends up looking more like a steering committee, a small barcamp, or a
> > big shindig.
> The most important thing to me is the textbook sprint. I very much get
> the feeling that authors are thinking about things now, but waiting for
> the sprint to translate those ideas to words. Which means that:
> a. I want to make sure we know when the sprint is;
> 2. I want to know which of our authors will be attending physically;
> iii. I want to know which of our authors will be attending virtually.
> Do we want to put together a straw man of the Wed-Thu agenda before our
> Monday meeting?
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