Flavio, agreed.

We are thinking of running the meeting in following form:

- we will try to run a bi-weekly community syncup meeting to discussion
pull requests, jiras and such. If nothing to discuss, we will cancel.
- we will collect the topics to discuss prior to the syncup meeting and
send the agenda out.
- we are looking for meeting on Thursday, so that we can send the agenda
out early that week.
- we will have notes and keep them on the wiki

I also liked the idea of KIP. There are quite a few improvements that come
up recently. We can also try to adopt the process of KIP (I can start a
different thread for that).

- Security, Authentication and Authorization
- Ledger Id beyond 32 bits (64 bits, 128 bits)
- Ensemble placement for tier storage
- Disk corruption detection and repair
- ..
(JV also has a list of improvements to add :))

- Sijie

On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 2:26 AM, Flavio Junqueira <f...@apache.org> wrote:

> I think it is great to have such meetings. The Kafka community, for
> example, organizes meetings to discuss KIPs:
> https://goo.gl/OK0Rhi <https://goo.gl/OK0Rhi>
> and if we have such meetings, I'd suggest we make sure to propose an
> agenda beforehand so that all people participated can join. Also, from an
> ASF perspective, please keep in mind that no decisions can be made offline.
> All project-related decisions need to happen via the mailing list or jira.
> The goal of the meeting should be for coordination purposes and potentially
> technical discussion around the project, issues, and code.
> -Flavio
> > On 13 Oct 2016, at 08:32, Sijie Guo <si...@apache.org> wrote:
> >
> > Matteo, JV and me have tried running weekly syncup meetings for a while.
> > We'd like to extend it as the community syncup meeting - for technical
> > discussions, community matters and any sync-ups. The meeting is typically
> > comprised of 2 parts - the first part is going through any open pull
> > requests and newly open jiras and the second part is technical
> discussions
> > around issues and features and community matters (like meetups and
> events).
> >
> > We'd like to know if any other contributors are interested in
> > participating. If so, what are the best time to meet and how often it
> > should be?
> >
> > - Sijie

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