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 * Announcement: <announcement URL>
 * Location: virtual - TBA
 * Announcement: https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2021/02/msg00000.html
 * Location: see below
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usertags -1 + bsp-<year>-<month>-<countrycode>-<city> usertags -1 + bsp-2021-04-at-salzburg
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  * Status in [[hxxps://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?users=debian-release@lists.debian.org;tag=bsp-<year>-<month>-<countrycode>-<city>|BTS]], [[hxxps://udd.debian.org/cgi-bin/bts-usertags.cgi?user=debian-release%40lists.debian.org&tag=bsp-<year>-<month>-<country>-<city>|UDD]]   * -1 refers to the currently mailed bugnumber, so explicitely using bugnumber instead of -1 works more universally, eg if only mailing control@bug.debian.org
  * Status in [[https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?users=debian-release@lists.debian.org;tag=bsp-2021-04-at-salzburg|BTS]], [[https://udd.debian.org/cgi-bin/bts-usertags.cgi?user=debian-release%40lists.debian.org&tag=bsp-2021-04-at-salzburg|UDD]]

=== Location ===
  * video/audio: https://meet.conova.com/debian-bsp-2021 (we'll have different rooms for sports/yoga, no worries)
  * IRC: #debian-bsp-2021-szg on the OFTC network

=== Timetable ===
==== Saturday, 24th ====
  * 17:00 Sports (flexibility, stretching, etc, focused on the needs of computer users).
    * Requirements:
      * Webcam (so the instructors can check if you are doing everything right), Laptop or mobile phone with a large enough screen for you to watch the instructions
      * enough space on the floor + exercise mat or whatever is comfortable for you
      * towel, something to drink,
      *sports clothes.
    * We'll use Zoom (yes, sorry, but jitsi is missing some functions), which works fine in the browser. URLs will be provided.
  * 20:00 Datacenter Tour (German)
  * 21:30 Datacenter Tour (English)

==== Sunday, 25th ====
  * 17:00 Yoga with the office chair. Keeping you flexible while working in the office.
    * Requirements:
      * Webcam (so the instructors can check if you are doing everything right)
      * your (office) chair.
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conova communications GmbH is happy to host the first virtual BSP. We'll send out goodie-bags to all people who will join for a weekend of bug-squashing (within Europe, but we'll try to find a solution for those outside of Europe). We will also provide some hacking breaks with sports (no worries, we'll do something that will work even for those who never do sports), yoga (with an office chair), virtual Datacenter tours and gaming sessions, if there is enough interest. conova communications GmbH is happy to host the first virtual BSP, exact location will be announced, most likely we'll use a matrix server and jitsi.

We'll send out goodie-bags to all people who will join for a weekend of bug-squashing (within Europe, but we'll try to find a solution for those outside of Europe). We will also provide some hacking breaks with sports (no worries, we'll do something that will work even for those who never do sports), yoga (with an office chair), virtual Datacenter tours and gaming sessions, if there is enough interest.

Please note that for sports and yoga it is required that you use a webcam and share what you are doing to make sure the instructors can check if you are not hurting yourself, otherwise feel free to join in a text-only mode.
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As the BSP is purely virtual, you can meet and code around the clock of course, but the "official" parts will happen 12pm and 10pm on both days. As the BSP is purely virtual, you can meet and code around the clock of course, but the "official" parts will happen between 12pm and 10pm on both days.
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|| || '''Name''' || '''Nick''' || '''email''' || '''yoga''' || '''sports''' || '''games''' || '''datacenter tour''' || '''own suggestions''' ||
|| || template || || || || || || || ||
|| 1 || Bernd Zeimetz || bzed || bzed@d.o || yes || yes || yes || yes || pioneers session ||
|| || '''Name''' || '''Nick''' || '''email''' || '''yoga''' || '''sports''' || '''games''' || '''datacenter tour''' || '''own suggestions''' ||
|| || || || || || || || || ||
|| 1 || Bernd Zeimetz || bzed || bzed@d.o || yes || yes || yes || yes || pioneers session ||
|| 2 || Holger Levsen || h01ger || holger@d.o || no || yes || maybe || yes || 🍥 ||
|| 3 || Michael R. Crusoe || crusoe || crusoe@d.o || yes || no || no || no || ||
|| 4 || Adam Borowski || kilobyte || kilobyte@angband.pl || maybe || no || maybe || no || 🍥||
|| 5 || SteveMcIntyre || Sledge || 93sam@d.o || no || maybe || maybe || no || 🍥||
|| 6 || Joerg Jaspert || Ganneff || joerg@d.o || no way || nope || maybe || yes || ||
|| 7 || Andreas Bombe || aeb || aeb@d.o || no || no || yes || yes || ||
|| 8 || Reiner Herrmann || deki || reiner@reiner-h.de || maybe || maybe || yes || yes || ||
|| 9 || Étienne Mollier || emollier || etienne.mollier@mailoo.org || yes || no || no || yes || ||
|| 10 || Stephen Kitt || skitt || skitt@d.o || no || yes || yes || yes || ||
|| 11 || GurkanMyczko || tarzeau || gurkan@phys.ethz.ch || no || no || maybe || yes || 🐚 ||
|| 12 || TobiasFrost || tobi || tobi@d.o || maybe || yes || maybe || yes || ||
|| 13 || MechtildeStehmann || mechtilde || mechtilde@d.o || || || || || ||
|| 14 || karthik alapati || karthek || frustrated@karthek.com || no || yes || yes || yes || ||
|| 15 || Jan Wagner || spion || waja@d.o || yes || no || maybe || yes || ||
|| 16 || Evgeni Golov || Zhenech || evgeni@d.o || no || no || no || no ||
|| 17 || Michael Prokop || mika || mika@d.o || maybe || maybe || maybe || maybe || ||
|| 18 || Chris Hofstaedtler || zeha || zeha@d.o || maybe || maybe || maybe || no || ||
|| 19 || Darshaka Pathirana || dpat || dpat@syn-net.org || maybe || no || yes || no || ||
|| 20 || Romain Porte || MicroJoe || debian@microjoe.org || no || no || maybe || yes || ||
|| 21 || Utkarsh Gupta || utkarsh || utkarsh@d.o || maybe || maybe || yes || yes || 🍻 ||
|| 22 || urbec || urbec || urbec@d.o || maybe || maybe || maybe || maybe || 🐣 Il Pulcino Pio ||
|| 23 || Phil Wyett || kathenas || philip.wyett@kathenas.org || maybe || maybe || maybe || maybe || ||
|| 24 || Ole Streicher || olebole || olebole@d.o || maybe || maybe || no || maybe || ||
|| 25 || Yao Wei || mwei || mwei@d.o || no || no || no || no || ||
|| 26 || Valentin Vidic || vvidic || vvidic@d.o || maybe || maybe || maybe || maybe || ||
|| 27 || Roland Clobus || rclobus-guest || rclobus@rclobus.nl || no || yes || yes || yes || 'only' DM, not DD ||
|| 28 || Jonathan Bustillos || jathan || jathan@d.o || yes || yes || no || yes || ||
|| 29 || PaulGevers || elbrus || elbrus@d.o || no || no || no || maybe || ||
|| 30 || Steve Cotton || octalot || steve@octalot.at || maybe || no || maybe || yes || ||
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== What you can do ==
 * Fix RC bugs. See https://bugs.debian.org/release-critical/
 * Fix bugs in orphaned packages. See https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?maint=packages@qa.debian.org. Also take a look at https://qa.debian.org/orphaned.html which lists orphaned packages that not yet have set their maintainer field to the QA group.
 * Fix tricky bugs, tagged "help". See https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?tag=help
 * Fix important bugs, see https://bugs.debian.org/severity:important
 * Translations. See https://www.debian.org/intl/l10n/

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Details

Location

Timetable

Saturday, 24th

  • 17:00 Sports (flexibility, stretching, etc, focused on the needs of computer users).
    • Requirements:
      • Webcam (so the instructors can check if you are doing everything right), Laptop or mobile phone with a large enough screen for you to watch the instructions
      • enough space on the floor + exercise mat or whatever is comfortable for you
      • towel, something to drink,
      • sports clothes.
    • We'll use Zoom (yes, sorry, but jitsi is missing some functions), which works fine in the browser. URLs will be provided.
  • 20:00 Datacenter Tour (German)
  • 21:30 Datacenter Tour (English)

Sunday, 25th

  • 17:00 Yoga with the office chair. Keeping you flexible while working in the office.
    • Requirements:
      • Webcam (so the instructors can check if you are doing everything right)
      • your (office) chair.

Promotion

conova communications GmbH is happy to host the first virtual BSP, exact location will be announced, most likely we'll use a matrix server and jitsi.

We'll send out goodie-bags to all people who will join for a weekend of bug-squashing (within Europe, but we'll try to find a solution for those outside of Europe). We will also provide some hacking breaks with sports (no worries, we'll do something that will work even for those who never do sports), yoga (with an office chair), virtual Datacenter tours and gaming sessions, if there is enough interest.

Please note that for sports and yoga it is required that you use a webcam and share what you are doing to make sure the instructors can check if you are not hurting yourself, otherwise feel free to join in a text-only mode.

Reports

Please add links to reports, blog posts, photos etc about the BSP here:

Schedule

As the BSP is purely virtual, you can meet and code around the clock of course, but the "official" parts will happen between 12pm and 10pm on both days.

Attendees

If you are interested please add your name to the list below. Please let us know if you are interested in joining some/all of the sports/gaming/.... sessions inbetween. Feel free to suggest some online group activity! Also make sure to add your email address as we'll contact you to ship goodie bags!

Name

Nick

email

yoga

sports

games

datacenter tour

own suggestions

1

Bernd Zeimetz

bzed

bzed@d.o

yes

yes

yes

yes

pioneers session

2

Holger Levsen

h01ger

holger@d.o

no

yes

maybe

yes

🍥

3

Michael R. Crusoe

crusoe

crusoe@d.o

yes

no

no

no

4

Adam Borowski

kilobyte

kilobyte@angband.pl

maybe

no

maybe

no

🍥

5

SteveMcIntyre

Sledge

93sam@d.o

no

maybe

maybe

no

🍥

6

Joerg Jaspert

Ganneff

joerg@d.o

no way

nope

maybe

yes

7

Andreas Bombe

aeb

aeb@d.o

no

no

yes

yes

8

Reiner Herrmann

deki

reiner@reiner-h.de

maybe

maybe

yes

yes

9

Étienne Mollier

emollier

etienne.mollier@mailoo.org

yes

no

no

yes

10

Stephen Kitt

skitt

skitt@d.o

no

yes

yes

yes

11

GurkanMyczko

tarzeau

gurkan@phys.ethz.ch

no

no

maybe

yes

🐚

12

TobiasFrost

tobi

tobi@d.o

maybe

yes

maybe

yes

13

MechtildeStehmann

mechtilde

mechtilde@d.o

14

karthik alapati

karthek

frustrated@karthek.com

no

yes

yes

yes

15

Jan Wagner

spion

waja@d.o

yes

no

maybe

yes

16

Evgeni Golov

Zhenech

evgeni@d.o

no

no

no

no

17

Michael Prokop

mika

mika@d.o

maybe

maybe

maybe

maybe

18

Chris Hofstaedtler

zeha

zeha@d.o

maybe

maybe

maybe

no

19

Darshaka Pathirana

dpat

dpat@syn-net.org

maybe

no

yes

no

20

Romain Porte

?MicroJoe

debian@microjoe.org

no

no

maybe

yes

21

Utkarsh Gupta

utkarsh

utkarsh@d.o

maybe

maybe

yes

yes

🍻

22

urbec

urbec

urbec@d.o

maybe

maybe

maybe

maybe

🐣 Il Pulcino Pio

23

Phil Wyett

kathenas

philip.wyett@kathenas.org

maybe

maybe

maybe

maybe

24

Ole Streicher

olebole

olebole@d.o

maybe

maybe

no

maybe

25

Yao Wei

mwei

mwei@d.o

no

no

no

no

26

Valentin Vidic

vvidic

vvidic@d.o

maybe

maybe

maybe

maybe

27

Roland Clobus

rclobus-guest

rclobus@rclobus.nl

no

yes

yes

yes

'only' DM, not DD

28

Jonathan Bustillos

jathan

jathan@d.o

yes

yes

no

yes

29

PaulGevers

elbrus

elbrus@d.o

no

no

no

maybe

30

Steve Cotton

octalot

steve@octalot.at

maybe

no

maybe

yes

What you can do

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