This page describes how the Packaging Training Coordinators coordinate the planning of the next sessions.
Tips for planning new sessions
- Encourage developers to just prepare 15-20 minutes of content. It's not too much, especially with lots of questions that get asked.
- If somebody explained in a normal conversation something really well, ask them to give a session about it.
Development Q&A sessions (easy to do, make sure you invite folks from IRC to help out.)
- Code Review session.
- Adhoc Sessions (come with your problem and a developer will help you sort it out)
Get questions from the Packaging forums
- Investigate "Beginner's Programming Challenge" ##These have primarily been focused on actual programming, not packaging (as creativity and trying out new languages is a big part of it. I'm not sure how much we could do with this.
- Should presenters give "homework"?
- Ask presenters to let you know if their session needs some kind of preparation.
Ensure session is on the calendar (contact nhandler or someone in #ubuntu-classroom-backstage if you don't have access)
Send mail to email@example.com
Blog at http://ubuntuclassroom.wordpress.com/ (contact nhandler or someone in #ubuntu-classroom-backstage if you don't have access)
- Announce on #ubuntu, #ubuntu-bugs, #ubuntu-devel, #ubuntu-motu (and elsewhere) a few minutes before we start.
Get on Packaging forums.
Get on development testing forum (current).
Add log to Packaging/Training/Logs.