Are we still talking of having two disconnected events for Git, one
for core devs and one for users?


On 21 September 2012 11:23, Christian Couder <> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 4:05 PM, Shawn Pearce <> wrote:
>> On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 2:20 AM, Christian Couder
>>> It is sad that people who know what is or what is not happening are
>>> not taking care of letting people on this list know about it...
>> I did not post to this mailing list about the Gerrit Code Review user
>> summit because I did not consider it to be on-topic to this list. We
>> do not normally discuss Gerrit Code Review here. Most users and
>> developers on this list only work on git-core (aka git.git aka the
>> thing Junio maintains). Gerrit... is a different animal. :-)
> It would have been nice if you had said earlier on this list/thread
> that Google chose to host a Gerrit user summit instead of the
> traditional GitTogether.
>> If you are interested in attending, it is Saturday November 10th and
>> Sunday 11th in Mountain View, CA. The user summit is invite only, but
>> you may request an invitation at
> Thanks for the information. I think it is indeed interesting to know about it.
>> I have no further information about the potential GitTogether than
>> anyone else. IIRC there is a suggestion in this thread about hosting
>> something in the EU sometime in early next year, with someone at
>> GitHub acting as organizer.
> Before I posted what you wrote on the Gerrit mailing list, the only
> information people had on this list/thread was about a GitHub proposal
> to organize 2 different GitTogether: "the developer-centric one in
> Berlin
> in early October (a few weeks before the Mentor Summit this time) and
> the user one in January or February of next year."
>> Google chose to run only a Gerrit user summit this year because of the
>> mix of attendees at the last GitTogether. The group was about 60-70%
>> Gerrit users/admins. We felt it was time to host something specific
>> for that audience.
> Gerrit users/admins are probably Git users/admins too. But anyway, it
> is ok of course for Google to organize whatever it prefers.
> I hope GitHub will do as good a job running a GitTogether as Google did.
> Thanks,
> Christian.
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