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The video streams are available at: https://video.debconf.org/ The video recordings are available at: https://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2020/MiniDebConfOnline/

The video streams were available at: https://video.debconf.org/

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MiniDebCamp:

28-29 May

MiniDebConf:

30-31 May

Registration:

Optional, at bottom of the page

Schedule:

see below

IRC:

#minidebconf-online on oftc

Food:

Bring your own popcorn

Welcome to MiniDebConf Online, 4 days of Debianites working together to improve Debian.

Some of the high-level goals:

  • Bring Debian contributors together to work on Debian
  • Create a sense of seeing each other in a time where we can't meet physically
  • Test and improve our on-line collaboration tools
  • Find ways to improve remote participation for in-person DebConf events of the future

Videos

The video recordings are available at: https://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2020/MiniDebConfOnline/

The video streams were available at: https://video.debconf.org/

Check the videos page for more information for presenters and video team members.

Schedule

Times are in UTC

Please check for your local time or import minidebconf-online_20200530.ics

Saturday

Time (UTC)

Speaker

Talk

Slides

11:00 - 11:10

MDCO team members

Hello + Welcome

minidco-intro.pdf

11:30 - 11:50

Wouter Verhelst

Extrepo

Extrepo.odp

12:00 - 12:45

JP Mengual

Debian France, trust european organization

Notes

13:00 - 13:20

Arnaud Ferraris

Bringing Debian to mobile phones, one package at a time

DebianOnMobile.pdf

13:30 - 15:00

Break

A chance for the teams to catch some air

15:00 - 15:45

JP Mengual

The community team, United Nations Organizations of Debian?

16:00 - 17:00

Break

17:00 - 17:45

Antonio Terceiro

I'm a programmer. How can I help Debian?

im-a-programmer-how-can-i-help-debian.pdf

18:00 - 18:45

Christoph Biedl

Clevis and tang - overcoming the disk unlocking problem

clevis+tang-handout.pdf

Sunday

Time (UTC)

Speaker

Talk

Slides

11:00 - 11:45

Andreas Tille

The effect of Covid-19 on the Debian Med project

summarising text

12:00 - 12:45

Paul Gevers

BoF: running autopkgtest for your package

Etherpad notes

13:00 - 13:20

Ben Hutchings

debplate: Build many binary packages with templates

13:30 - 16:00

Break

A chance for the teams to catch some air

16:00 - 16:45

Jonathan Carter

Striving towards excellence

striving-towards-excellende.pdf

17:00 - 17:45

Delib

Organizing Peer-to-Peer Debian Facilitation Training

18:00 - 18:15

MDCO team members

Closing

mini-dc-outro.pdf

Volunteers

The following people live on the Internet and are the local team for MiniDebConf Online:

  • Nattie MH, Kyle Robbertze, Stefano Rivera, Jonathan Carter, Jonas Smedegaard

Add your name here if you are available and willing to help out during the event:

  • urbec - could help with selling beer - you pay me and I drink it for you ;)

Even though the event is online, we'll still need an active video team since we plan to record sessions and archive them for the usual channels.

You can sign up for video shifts here

Code of Conduct

See:

DebCamp

Two (or more) days of debcamp beforehand can be used to have a bunch of people and know, that they will have time and not be distracted with $more_important_stuff, because they either have taken time off work or just have free time.

After all, at normal conferences also lots of communication goes over IRC (channel #minidebconf-online on OFTC)

There is also a Jitsi room - https://jitsi.debian.social/debcamplounge

People interested

(This was previously just a sign-up section for the DebCamp, but since people got confused and used it as a sign-up section, that's what it is now)

#

Name

number of days

comment

1

urbec

4

just here for the icecream 🍝 and the pizza 🍕 :)

2

JonasSmedegaard

~4

UTC+2

3

utkarsh

4

UTC+0530

4

?EdwardBetts

2

5

SteveMcIntyre (Sledge)

4

UTC+1

6

andrewsh

4

no food restrictions

7

?LunaJernberg

2

8

samyak-jn

2

9

PaulGevers (elbrus)

3

UTC+2

10

Wookey

4

UTC+1

11

Lenharo

4

UTC-3 - l10n-portuguese sprint

12

Holger Levsen (h01ger)

4

UTC+2

13

Iñaki Malerba (ina)

4

UTC+2, will bring beer

14

FrédéricLehobey

4

UTC+2

15

Paulo Santana (phls)

4

UTC-3 l10n-portuguese sprint

16

JohnScott

4

UTC-4 🐸

17

emorrp1

4

UTC+1

18

Antonio Terceiro (terceiro)

4

UTC-3

19

Mechtilde

4

UTC+2 - some steps in Java packaging

20

highvoltage

4

UTC+2

21

sudip

2 (maybe 4)

22

KyleRobbertze

4

UTC+2

23

kanashiro

2

UTC-3

24

gwolf

??

UTC-5

25

PhilippeCoval (RzR)

??

UTC+2

26

jathan

2

UTC-5

27

vicm3

2

UTC-5 just for the b33r and pizza

Extra notes

URLS for the Debian France talk