Ed, I'm going to post a wiki page shortly to coordinate all the local
and remote groups. Stay tuned, it kicks off at 1pm PST today

On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 11:03 AM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
<zn...@borasky-research.net> wrote:
> Quoting Ryan Sarver <rsar...@twitter.com>:
>
>> Hey all,
>>
>> Just wanted to update everyone and let you know that we are going to be
>> extending the Annotations hackfest to anyone interested, regardless of
>> whether or not you are able to make it to SF. We'll be providing a preview
>> of Annotations to anyone interested with the caveat that it might get torn
>> down again after the weekend is over if we feel like we need to make some
>> changes based on the feedback from the weekend.
>>
>> Unfortunately the actual judging will only be possible for people that are
>> able to make it to the office, but we wanted to make sure developers
>> around
>> the world were able to participate and provide feedback on this EARLY
>> preview of Annotations. Your hard work will still get featured with
>> everyone
>> else's in the blog or wherever we end up putting links to all that was
>> accomplished over the weekend.
>>
>> We will also be trying to setup video uplinks so we can all get to meet
>> each
>> other virtually, regardless of where you are geographically. So get your
>> webcams ready.
>>
>> You'll still need to submit through the form in the blog post (
>> http://engineering.twitter.com/2010/05/annotations-hackfest.html) as we
>> need
>> the twitter handles of people on your team so we can enable Annotations
>> for
>> you. Please be sure to note in the description that you will be a remote
>> team and where you will be tuning in from.
>>
>> We are incredibly excited to see what everyone comes up with. See you
>> there
>> physically or virtually.
>>
>> Best, Ryan
>>
>
> How are we coordinating the remote folks? Twitter? IRC? Email?
>
>
>

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