[Freeswitch-users] Weekly Wiki Cram Sessions proposal!

Daniel Hefti dhefti at metropark.com
Fri Apr 25 08:42:39 PDT 2008

Sounds good.  1 CST works for me.  I would say weekdays are preferred. Perhaps towards the middle of the week? Mondays are usually never good days, and Fridays, everyone would want to go home, so Tuesday or Thursday?  If there are going to be more than one a week, having one on the weekend doesn't sound so bad.  I guess it just depends on where your audience is and who's willing to get up on a Sat. to do it.  I probably wouldn't be one of them...  :)


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From: freeswitch-users-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org [mailto:freeswitch-users-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org] On Behalf Of Brian West
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Cc: freeswitch-dev at lists.freeswitch.org
Subject: [Freeswitch-users] Weekly Wiki Cram Sessions proposal!

We are working on setting up a weekly or two time weekly hour long
wiki cram session where we do documentation on the wiki about various
features sets... Guess you could call it whack a mole for docs.

The proposal is this:

1PM CST, Recorded session podcast for everyone to follow up with that
couldn't make it.  As we go along we can have everyone ask questions
and we'll get answers to all the questions that can then be input into
the wiki by people asking the questions and filling in the holes in
the documentation.  I feel that doing this is key.

If you think this is a good idea please let me know... What days do
you propose we do these calls on?  You can also call me at the address
below or via freenum at 1000*543 (its in the default config)

The conferences would be held via SIP or PSTN http://conference.freeswitch.org

EVERYONE is welcome even if you're not a developer because everyone
can help out in one way or another and we welcome it.

Brian West
sip:brian at freeswitch.org

PS: the time is not set in stone but anything close to that would be

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