[Linaro-mm-sig] Memory Management Mini-Summit Report
m.szyprowski at samsung.com
Fri Jun 3 13:34:13 UTC 2011
On Friday, June 03, 2011 12:19 PM Ilias Biris wrote:
> 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
> > list).
> > - Linaro can provide wiki services and any dial-in needed.
> > - Next face-to-face meetings:
> > . Linaro mid-cycle summit (August 1-5, see
> > https://wiki.linaro.org/Events/2011-08-LDS)
> > . Linux Plumbers Conference (September 7-9, see
> > http://www.linuxplumbersconf.org/2011/ocw/proposals/567)
> > . 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.
IMHO IRC will be the most convenient communication system. UTC16:00
is not a problem for me.
> 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.
Right, this might help organizing the works.
> 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.
Personally I have no idea how the launchpad system works and how to use
it. Could you provide some links or basic how to?
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