Good idea Julian! Would love to get your suggestions. We do have some folks
from Quickstep graduate recently, and they may continue to be involved. So,
that could be one of the steps.
I think a good way to get a community is if we can find someone to adopt the
technology and actually use it. Anyone has ideas on partners that might be a
good fit for this? We can then think of making a visit and giving an talk to
explore this fit.
Other ideas are also welcome – this is a hard issue!
On 6/1/17, 10:28 AM, "Julian Hyde" <jh...@apache.org> wrote:
Now we have a first release, it is clear to me — and I hope to you — that
the big challenge for Quickstep is growing a community outside of Madison. I
think we need to come up with a plan to address this so that it can be in this
quarter’s report, and we can measure progress at the time of the next quarterly
report. What do you think?
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