It's a good suggestion but IMO it cannot be adopted as general rule.
The main reason is that project proposals can also start from scratch,
not being necessarily derived from EU projects and having some initial
stuff to show.
I think that VAALID can organize such a tutorial session enough easily (
but they are close to a project review, so I guess hey are busy enough),
and I was discussing at the AMB workshop a similar issue with Thomas
Fuxter the leader of the Homer project. It is their intention to create
even a video to show the potentiality of the HOMER platform ... ( yet
the timing is the problem).
It is not clear to me if you think to use the "tutorial session" for
voting or it is a general request for a better dissemination of the
platforms in AALOA.
On 09/06/2011 18.42, Gottfried Zimmermann wrote:
I suggest that there should be a "tutorial session" (can be by web
conferencing) in which you and the other VAALID contributors will present
their software tools, so that we get an idea for what we can use them and
Similarly, such a session should be organized for every software platform
that is being contributed to AALOA.
From: promoters-boun...@aaloa.org [mailto:promoters-boun...@aaloa.org] On
Behalf Of Francesco Furfari
Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 10:00 AM
Subject: [aaloa promoters] [Vote] new project proposal: VAALID IDE
I'm happy to announce that a number of partners from the EU VAALID project
decided to propose part of their software for incubation within AALOA.
The attached proposal is very interesting with a good roadmap indicating
commitment to maintain and improve the software.
Please cast your vote as usual in a week, asking for further clarification
+1 [ I agree ]
0 [ I don't care, I don't know ]
-1 [ I don't agree, I'm contrary ]
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