[Jenkins-events] What kind of venue/track structure are you guys thinking about for Berlin?

Alyssa Tong atong at cloudbees.com
Mon Mar 17 17:42:18 UTC 2014

Hi Tyler,

I am thinking of getting a third room (for about 75-100 people capacity),
that's run in parallel of the 2 tracks. I am open to suggestions on how
we'd want to use the third room. I already have 1 request for a hands on
lab (~ 1hr), 1 hr of demo for sponsors, I thought perhaps we can do an
unconference in that area (?)

suggestions, feedback is greatly appreciated.


On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 9:55 AM, R. Tyler Croy <tyler at monkeypox.org> wrote:

> I'm debating whether I should submit a proposal to talk about the state of
> the
> Jenkins project infrastructure and the automation around it, since we'll be
> migrating to a continuous delivery pipeline for our own Puppet bits.
> The problem is, I'm not sure this will be interesting to a large quantity
> of
> people that don't consider themselves in Operations or DevOps.
> If the venue is structured similarly to the first JUC SF, then I don't
> think it
> would work. If there are smaller areas or break-off sessions from a main
> track,
> then I think it would.
> - R. Tyler Croy
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