[Linaro-mm-sig] Memory Management Mini-Summit Report
ilias.biris at linaro.org
Fri Jun 3 10:19:24 UTC 2011
On 02/06/11 01:58, Jesse Barker wrote:
> * Communication and Meetings
> - New IRC channel #linaro-mm-sig for meetings and general
> communication between those working on and interested in these topics
> (already created).
> - IRC meetings will be weekly with an option for the consituency to
> decide on ultimate frequency (logs to be emailed to linaro-mm-sig
> - Linaro can provide wiki services and any dial-in needed.
> - Next face-to-face meetings:
> . Linaro mid-cycle summit (August 1-5, see
> . Linux Plumbers Conference (September 7-9, see
> . V4L2 brainstorm meeting (Hans Verkuil to update with details)
Since this is an area of key interest to many parties, a periodic
meeting could provide a channel to all who are interested to participate
and discuss. I can set it up and send Google calendar invitations.
One obvious issue with this idea would be: With participants in this
list from 5-6 timezones having 1 meeting time would be challenging, but
perhaps a time slot around UTC16:00 would suit most?
Means: IRC as Jesse mentioned above, we can also setup a call, via
Canonical's conferencing system.
Frequency: Is there a specific need for discussing weekly? Assuming
once-every-fortnight frequency, there could be around 2-3 meetings
before the Linaro sprint in August 1-5. Of course if there is
participation on the IRC channel, then communication can happen more
There are a couple more items I wanted to ask about:
1. I think we need a single wiki page with all the relevant pointers and
consolidated info, at wiki.linaro.org. I can collect the information
pointers available and setup the wiki page.
2. Tracking work progress: certainly this work has been planned via
Launchpad blueprints added by Jesse. I do not know if everyone is on
Launchpad - I'd like to ask for suggestions on how to track work
progress especially from those who are not using Launchpad. Would
progress updates via the wiki suffice? If you have other suggestions
please let me know.
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