[Jenkins-events] "Jenkins Workflow Summit" to go with JUC Bay Area?
kk at kohsuke.org
Wed Jul 30 21:31:16 UTC 2014
Some of you were in the Jenkins Scalability Summit last year [1,2,3].
I'm trying to see if we can do a similar one this year back to back with
JUC Bay Area.
To recap, the idea of the scalability summit was to have a small number
of serious active users/developers in the room, to deep dive into
Jenkins. The last year the event was themed around scalability and was
run in part like an unconference, where the attendees have collectively
decided on the agenda for the day.
We could keep the same theme this year, but someone suggested to me that
since workflow is a big focus this year, maybe that could be the theme.
I can easily picture Jesse and I presenting technical details of various
parts of the workflow plugin, people sharing and collecting real-world
use cases, brainstorming around enhancements / roadmap, maybe even a
workshop of getting extensions implemented.
Is something like this interesting for you? Is it worth doing?
(Another suggestion was to just turn it into a full-blown unconference.
Namely, don't have any particular theme, and allow anyone who wants to
come to come. We'll just let attendees dictate the topics. The only
problem I have with this is that we need a lot bigger venue, which is
hard to come by, so unless somebody local in the bay area shows up and
sponsors a suitable venue, I don't think this is happening.)
Kohsuke Kawaguchi http://kohsuke.org/
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