Various Ideas and Suggestions
Wall page for go-to-dinner groups. Take new people. Suggest reservations.
Emphasize speaking style and making room for others; creating a safe space. Put at beginning of opening session.
Session about new people; those who have come before can only ask questions
Session on building trust in company products
Switching places after courses during the banquet
Quiet room w/ beanbag chairs
Encourage people to get houses west of 6th Street
Custom post-it notes for open-spaces sessions
“Rest recharge connect”
Shared note system, perhaps could even produce a kind of conference proceedings
Some kind of recording, along with an agreement and set of practices so we could livestream/podcast without the participants worrying about what they say. (mostly conditions for pausing or turning off the feed). Needs to be something that can be sent out without editing.
Try having an open morning one day and doing the sessions in the afternoons
Monday topic what’s on your mind right now, or as part of the opening session
Bad movie night
Trello ahead of time to fill up Monday
Reserved slots at the end of the week, for spontaneous sessions
Book the gift of fear
Structure of discussion, to get everyone involved
Hello from the magic tavern podcast
Trello as OS board
Mission to zyxx podcast
The Phoenix project
Code of conduct signed
Webpack raised money for open source
Screenhero remote pairing
Error handling models by Joe Duffy
Motepair for Atom
Development hell podcast by grumpy
“recruit a friend” reminder and channel
Leave a room in your rental house for a new person. Help with transportation.
A checklist for new people
Cartoon map of CB by Kate
Getting more people, more women. Talking directly to people that are good fits, tell them you are coming.
New people: do you perceive an in group, does it look hard to become part?
Continue posting on slack. Please publish session notes there or on the newsgroup for folks who couldn’t go or be here.
Thoughts, ideas for new features, how we can bring more people
Ways for remote people to participate