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 * Extra '''Room Availability:''' Ask David if you need a breakout space. There should be plenty of open space for meeting.
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More details coming RSN...

== Suggested hotels ==

 * [[https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/gb/en/seattle/seawa/hoteldetail | Holiday Inn Express]][[https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/217604432| OpenStreetMap ]], ~800m [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/directions?engine=graphhopper_foot&route=47.62022%2C-122.34345%3B47.61645%2C-122.33411#map=17/47.61834/-122.33881 | walking distance]] from the venue. SteveMcIntyre, JimmyKaplowitz, Martin Zobel-Helas, Thomas Lange, Tomasz Rybak, and LucaFilipozzi are booked here
 * [[https://www.destinationhotels.com/motif-seattle | Motif Hotel]]
 * [[https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/seafp-four-points-downtown-seattle-center/| Four Points Sheraton ]]
 * [[https://www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/sealu-residence-inn-seattle-downtown-lake-union/|Residence Inn by Marriott Seattle Downtown/Lake Union]]
 * [[https://www.staypineapple.com/hotel-five-seattle-wa|Hotel Five]]

SteveMcIntyre is co-ordinating Debian sponorship for travel and
accommodation for the sprint.
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== Travel coordination (from/to airport) ==

Arrival:

|| Name || Email || Arrival || Flight|| From || Note ||
|| Bastian Blank || || Fri 5, 11:55 || LH490 || FRA || ||
|| Thomas Goirand (zigo) || zigo@d.o || Sat 6, 11:20 || BA53 || LHR || From GVA -> LHR ||
|| SteveMcIntyre || || Sat 6, 11:20 || BA53 || LHR || ||
|| LucaFilipozzi || lfilipoz@d.o || Sun 7, 12:10 || AA791 || EWR || ||
|| Helen Koike || || Sun 7, 13:17 || UA635 || ORD || GRU -> ORD -> SEA ||
|| Thomas Lange || lange@d.o || Sun 7, 17:45 || FI681 || FRA || FRA -> KEF -> SEA ||


Departure:

|| Name || Email || Departure || Flight || To || Note ||
|| Thomas Goirand (zigo) || zigo@d.o || Wed 10, 19:20 || BA48 || LHR || To LHR -> GVA ||
|| LucaFilipozzi || lfilipoz@d.o || Wed 10, 20:55 || AC8084 || YVR || ||
|| SteveMcIntyre || || Thu 11, 13:25 || BA52 || LHR || ||
|| Thomas Lange || lange@d.o || Thu 11, 16:00 || FI680 || FRA || ||
|| Helen Koike || || Fri 12, 11:37 || UA1155 || EWR || SEA -> EWD -> GRU ||
|| Bastian Blank || || Fri 12, 13:50 || LH491 || FRA || ||
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IRC: #debian-cloud

<<BR>>
== Skype or Google Hangout ==

Might Signal Private Messenger be a better alternative to Skype or Google Hangout?

Debian Cloud Sprint 2018

Venue, Date

  • When: October 8 - 10, 2018

  • Where: Rally Point is Amazon Kumo Building 1915 Terry Ave, Seattle, WA, USA (openstreetmap) from there we will move to the meeting rooms.

    • Monday Meeting Room is at 1812 Boren Ave in Lowflyinghawk 01.302
    • Tuesday Meeting Room is at 515 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 in ?BigFoot 05.406

    • Wednesday Meeting Room is at 1812 Boren Ave in Lowflyinghawk 02.305

Participants

Please add your name below and indicate if you will be attending in person:

  • SteveMcIntyre - Sledge (Debian; Arm)

  • JimmyKaplowitz - Hydroxide (Debian; SPI)

  • Tomasz Rybak - serpent (Debian)
  • Thomas Lange - Mrfai (Debian)
  • Zach Marano (Google)
  • BastianBlank - waldi (Debian)

  • Thomas Goirand - zigo (Debian)
  • Martin Zobel-Helas - zobel (Debian; SPI)
  • José Miguel Parrella - bureado
  • Ross Vandegrift (Debian, Clear Data)
  • Helen Koike - koike (Debian)
  • Lucas Kanashiro - kanashiro (Debian)
  • LucaFilipozzi - luca (Debian; SPI)

  • Max Illfelder (Google)
  • Liam Hopkins (Google)
  • NoahMeyerhans - noahm (Debian)

  • Samuel Karp - (AWS)
  • StephenZarkos - (Azure)

  • David Duncan - (AWS)

Agenda

Initial points - we'll flesh out on Monday as the first thing

  • Locations for building and publishing
  • Testing (progress update)
  • cloud-init
  • Buster release -- Changes that matter to us? What do we need to do to prepare?
  • Support for non-x86 architectures
  • Handling of AWS account including permissions
  • Providing images for download
  • Reviews of changes

Aftermath


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