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> From: Lars Kurth [mailto:lars.kurth....@gmail.com]
> Sent: 02 March 2018 15:40
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> Subject: Setting up a Xen x86 community call
> Hi all,
> (sorry for the extensive distribution list - I went through MAINTAINERS and
> people who may have an interest)
> I would like to start organizing a recurring x86 community call to discuss and
> sync-up on upcoming features for Xen on x86. This call would mirror and
> follow a similar structure to the ARM call (see
> http://xen.markmail.org/thread/xqdxvqcjpf2y5ftu for the last one)
> I expect that the call will contain
> a) Coordination and Planning
> Coordinating who does what, what needs attention, what is blocked, etc.
> I would prepare a list of non-merged patch series of a certain size (e.g. more
> than 5 patches) and attach to the invite
> If anything is missed, I would expect that these are sent to me before the
> meeting
> b) Design and architecture related discussions: in particular for bigger, more
> complex items, ...
> Although all of this could be done by email, in reality, we are all human and
> many people find it easier to collaborate
> and communicate by talking to each other, rather than by email. This is not a
> must, but an option to highlight issues
> c) Demos, Sharing of Experiences, Sometimes discussion of specific
> issues/bugs/problems/...
> This is something which happens frequently on the ARM call and seems to
> work very well
> I would suggest to start with a 1 hour monthly meeting: possibly every 2nd
> Tue or Thu each month (depends on timing). I know that people are spread
> across different timezones (from China to the US), so I would like to gather
> thoughts before choosing a time. We may have to have alternating time-slots
> every other month: but this is not ideal for some.
> To do this, please
> * Raise your hands on whether you or your org would want to participate

I would like to participate.

> * Provide your timezone


> * Provide a UTC time range when you can attend

10am - 5pm



> Your sincerely,
> Lars

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