[Battlemesh] Final call for talk/workshop agenda changes

Roger Baig ViƱas roger.baig at gmail.com
Mon May 5 09:35:02 CEST 2014

Hi Ben,

Exactly, Sunday has become a "do-what-ya-want"
(=="recover-from-last-night") de facto :~\

On 5 May 2014 08:43, Ben <ben at bensbox.de> wrote:

> Good morning everyone,
> out of curiosity and since i am just able to attend over the weekend - is
> Saturday or Sunday the last day of the event?
> The "Closing session" at 7pm on Saturday is confusing me :) Or is it just
> the last day for the sessions themself and sunday is "do-what-ya-want"?
> Thanks and cheers!
> Ben
> Am 03.05.2014 22:17, schrieb ameba23 at riseup.net:
>  Hi all,
>> We will put the agenda on the wiki very soon, so if you are proposing a
>> workshop, you can check you are happy with the day and time on this pad:
>> https://pad.systemli.org/p/battlemesh7agenda
>> Musti, who is making a lightening talk on a rugged battery pack for the
>> Serval project, suggested having a longer session entitled 'Powering
>> Wireless Equipment Deployments'.  If others would be interested in this or
>> have something to present on this idea, let us know.  I am inviting a
>> friend who is doing some research on Alum batteries and pulse charging,
>> who might also like to be part of this session.  I know we already have a
>> lot of talks but I would find this very interesting!
>> Roger, with regards to the idea of having a session for SoC projects, I
>> have simply added the RetroShare talk as it was proposed, if the student
>> you mentor wants also to present their project, I can change it to a 'SoC
>> project presentation slot'.
>> We have gone way over the 'maximum four hours of talks per day' idea.  I
>> know it can be difficult to concentrate on talks for too long.  One way to
>> get around this might be to put the 'smaller' talks in the side room, so
>> that the main space can be used for other things and people can more
>> easily choose if they wish to hear the talks or not.  The difficulty would
>> be how to decide which would be the less popular talks.
>> peg
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