On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 03:28:00PM -0700, Scott Chacon wrote:
> For those of you who *have* been to a GitTogether, what did you find
> useful and/or useless about it? What did you get out of it and would
> like to see again? For those of you who have never been, what do you
> think would be useful? I was thinking for both of them to have a
> combination of short prepared talks, lightning/unconference style
> talks and general discussion / breakout sessions.
IMO, the last GitTogethers had the right mixture between talks, breakout
sessions and free space for personal discussions.
The only thing that currently comes to my mind which could improve is
the long physical distance between conference, accommodation and evening
dining location. Shorter distances could probably be achieved more
easily in Berlin.
The most important thing for me were the direct discussions with other
> Finally, is there any feedback on the times and places - especially
> the Berlin one. If nobody can agree on a better specific time, I'll
> push forward with early October in Berlin, but if there is a concensus
> around a different time, I'm fine moving it.
I like the Berlin idea. I did not plan to attend the GitTogether this
year but if it was in Berlin I would do so. Maybe this is similar for
others that are not able to make the long way to Mountain View.
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