[OpenWrt-Devel] OpenWrt summit by prpl
hauke at hauke-m.de
Sat May 21 09:15:47 EDT 2016
On 05/16/2016 06:40 PM, Eric Schultz wrote:
> I don't want to speak for Hauke but I think he meant that that we have
> an event at ELCE this year and then plan on another at Battlemesh next year
Yes, you are correct. ;-)
> I personally think that's the best idea all around. I know prpl members
> have expressed lots of positive feedback on the idea of ELCE to Art and
> he's gotten very solid feedback from industry because it's so convenient
> for them. Planning on Battlemesh as well (with Battlemesh's approval of
> course) then brings some of the interested industry members into contact
> with a more community focused event. Hopefully that will build some new
> bridges and relationships. I think the combination is a win-win.
> On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 3:15 AM, Nemesis <nemesis at ninux.org
> <mailto:nemesis at ninux.org>> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I have been at the event in Dublin last year with a colleague.
> The event was really interesting from a technical point of view and we
> really missed such an event focused on OpenWRT and the various
> applications & services one can build with it.
> It would be good to have more communities to participate in such an
> event, and it would be awesome if the most active developers would have
> a leading role in organizing it.
> Hauke, one note regarding co-location, you wrote: "I would like to see
> it co located with the ELCE and the Battlemesh next year."
> But I believe the Battlemesh next year won't be co located with ELCE,
> did you mean the Battlemesh or ELCE?
> On 05/13/2016 12:44 AM, Hauke Mehrtens wrote:
> > Hi,
> > When I use OpenWrt in this mail, I mean OpenWrt and LEDE, I hope
> we come
> > to a solution in the next days on this.
> > prpl wants to organize an OpenWrt summit again. Their goal is to bring
> > the community, industry and developers together. Currently this is in
> > planing and I want to know what should happen so that more developers
> > and more members of the community would come to such an event.
> > There are different ideas on how to organize such an event:
> > 1. prpl organizes an event co located with the Embedded Linux
> > this October in Berlin.
> > 2. prpl organizes an event co located with Battlemesh next year in
> > 3. Some people from OpenWrt organize an event in Prague at CZ.NIC.
> > CZ.NIC would provide a location and local logistics, prpl could help
> > with finance.
> > It is also possible to do more than one solution or combine them.
> > Are there some people interested in organizing this by themselfs with
> > the help of CZ.NIC, then we could go with this solution?
> > If nobody is interested in organizing this I would like to see it co
> > located with the ELCE and the Battlemesh next year.
> > No final name for this event was chosen. The current suggestion is
> > "OpenWrt summit by prpl" or something similar.
> > Are there any comments on this?
> > Hauke
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