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Re: Doc Sprint Amsterdam

From: Andre Jay Meissner <ameissne@adobe.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2013 07:37:07 +0100
To: Paul Verbeek <paul@webinthehat.com>, "public-webplatform@w3.org" <public-webplatform@w3.org>
CC: Doug Schepers <schepers@w3.org>, Peter Lubbers <peterlubbers@google.com>, Chris Mills <cmills@w3.org>, Scott Rowe <scottrowe@google.com>
Message-ID: <5BE77720-B534-491B-A4DE-36C09FD1B5ED@adobe.com>
2nd all that (except the hashtag!). Just wanted to encourage to not pull back on promoting the event asap (but doing the blog post later/complete). I have already heard (twice) "What? The day AFTER Fronteers, oh noes, we've already booked our trip back that day...".

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Am 17.04.2013 um 07:40 schrieb "Peter Lubbers" <peterlubbers@google.com<mailto:peterlubbers@google.com>>:

Hi Paul,
Just a couple of points:

 *   Since the event isn't until October, I would wait with posting to the blog until all the details are worked out (exact location, Eventbrite, etc.) before posting on the WPD blog
 *   I'd vote for removing the paragraph "If you run a meetup, user group or other community, and are..." unless there is a strong focus on that (may be confusing)
 *   Are we using #wpds as a hashtag for our Doc Sprints? It is not very descriptive. We used webplatformdocsprintSF at the last one (granted, it's a lot longer, but a little bit more meaningful)
 *   I would also mention the Fronteers conference in the post (something like "this event takes place on Saturday October 12th—the day after the Fronteers conference.)
 *   The sprint is really close to the date of the first anniversary of Web Platform. Maybe we can mention that--come celebrate by helping out! <insert picture of a giant cake in the form of the WPD logo>.

--Peter


On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 10:29 PM, Doug Schepers <schepers@w3.org<mailto:schepers@w3.org>> wrote:
Hi, Paul-

First, thanks a million for doing this!

Second, I think a blog post on blog.webplatform.org<http://blog.webplatform.org> would be a great idea. Scott or Julee, if you can work with Paul on that (or find the right person to do so), it would be sweet.

(I really wish I could go myself... :( Maybe I'll try to find a good excuse to do so... like working with PPK on the compatibility tables project...)

Regards-
-Doug


On 4/16/13 4:33 PM, Paul Verbeek wrote:
Thanks for the responses.
Is someone willing to write a blog post on blog.webplatform.org<http://blog.webplatform.org>
<http://blog.webplatform.org>? The blogpost on the Fronteers website

will be online tomorrow.

I'm aslo working on an Eventbrite page and I've basically copied Jay's
version for Berlin and altered a few things.

Can someone please check if this is correct? Thanks!

Web Platform Doc Sprint Amsterdam

Join like-minded contributors and help to document the web platform
and improve the WebPlatform.org<http://WebPlatform.org> <http://webplatform.org/> user experience!

Learn how to contribute and help grow the definitive reference site for
HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SVG & more. Choose from a variety of small,
medium or larger To-Do's and let the experts from some Web Platform
Stewards on site guide you how to contribute articles, samples,
tutorials, overviews, and insights.

Please bring your own computer. We will serve snacks, meals & drinks,
and yes, there might even be some cool swag & prizes for you to win!
*It starts here - with you!*

*If you run a meetup, user group or other community*, and are interested

in running an event like this with your local folks, make sure to attend
- we will provide you with everything to get you and your group started.

*Saturday, Okt 12, 2013*


09:00 Introduction to WebPlatform.org<http://WebPlatform.org>
10:00 Doc Sprint, guided by Web Platform Stewards Experts
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Doc Sprint, guided by Web Platform Stewards Experts (Snacks served)
18:00 Review Results + Cool PRIZES!

Your on site experts from the Web Platform Stewards will be confirmed at
a later date...

The location will be in Amsterdam, where the exact location is will also
be confirmed soon.

*Please note:*
*We want to bring in everybody that is interested to attend.* Please

help to spread the word, ideally only make reservations if you really
plan to attend, and give back your ticket in case you should not be able
to join us ("cancel order" at Eventbrite). *Thanks for your help!*
We expect attendees from all across europe, this is why *the event will
be in english language*. Feel free to contribute to WebPlatform.org<http://WebPlatform.org>
<http://webplatform.org/> in the language of your choice, though!
*Hashtag* for the event is *#WPDS*.
Follow Paul <https://twitter.com/Hierow> and WebPlatform
<https://twitter.com/WebPlatform> on Twitter for any event updates.

WebPlatform.org<http://WebPlatform.org> <http://webplatform.org/> is an open community of

developers building resources for a better web, regardless of brand,
browser or platform. Anyone can contribute and each person who does
makes it stronger. Together we can continue to drive innovation on the
Web to serve the greater good.
WebPlatform.org<http://WebPlatform.org> <http://webplatform.org/> is convened by W3C
<http://w3.org/> and is made possible by the support of the Web Platform
Stewards <http://www.webplatform.org/stewards/>.




On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 7:50 PM, Chris Mills <cmills@w3.org<mailto:cmills@w3.org>
<mailto:cmills@w3.org<mailto:cmills@w3.org>>> wrote:

    On 15 Apr 2013, at 18:46, Scott Rowe <scottrowe@google.com<mailto:scottrowe@google.com>
    <mailto:scottrowe@google.com<mailto:scottrowe@google.com>>> wrote:

     > Thanks for doing his, Paul! Great to see it happening. I don't
    recall anything about running doc sprints generally other than the
    link to the plan for the Berlin doc sprint that Chris mentioned. We
    had started a Doc Sprint in a Box along these lines, but I'm not
    sure where that is.

    Ummm, I was meant to have a go at writing it when Peter got really
    busy…but then I got really busy too ;-)

     >
     > There are a couple of blog posts about the Mountain View [1] and
    San Francisco [2] doc sprints that Google ran.
     >
     > Usually we have at least one area of concentration - for Berlin
    it was the CSS Properties project. We may have completed that
    project by October or it will be in review, I think. So we'll need a
    "big" project to work on in Amsterdam. I'm not sure, but I think the
    next big project may be the DOM APIs. We're presently doing the
    research around that project.
     >
     > Besides that, there are always tasks to do through the Getting
    Started page [3], and we had success with this at the April 3 doc
    sprint in San Francisco.
     >
     > With every doc sprint, you'll get attendees who already have a
    project in mind or already know what they want to do. And frozenice
    and Paul Rosenbusch will probably come up with some amazing template
    wizardry or other fun.
     >
     > ~Scott
     >
     >
     > [1] http://blog.webplatform.org/2012/12/doc-sprint-mountain-view/

     > [2]
    http://blog.webplatform.org/2013/04/doc-sprint-san-francisco-april-3/

     > [3] http://docs.webplatform.org/wiki/WPD:Getting_Started

     >
     >
     >
     >
     > On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 9:51 AM, Andre Jay Meissner
    <ameissne@adobe.com<mailto:ameissne@adobe.com> <mailto:ameissne@adobe.com<mailto:ameissne@adobe.com>>> wrote:
     > Hi Paul,
     >
     > Location: I also did not have a location for the Eventbrite page
    when we opened up the Berlin event for registration. You can easily
    put something like "to be announced shortly", and update it later.
     >
     > Awesome to read this is progressing and coming to a reality!
     > *Jay
     >
     >
     >
     > Von: Paul Verbeek <paul@webinthehat.com<mailto:paul@webinthehat.com>
    <mailto:paul@webinthehat.com<mailto:paul@webinthehat.com>>>

     > Datum: KW 16 | Montag, 15. April 2013 18:02
     > An: "public-webplatform@w3.org<mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org>
    <mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org<mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org>>" <public-webplatform@w3.org<mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org>
    <mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org<mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org>>>

     > Betreff: Doc Sprint Amsterdam
     > Neu gesendet von: "public-webplatform@w3.org<mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org>
    <mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org<mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org>>" <public-webplatform@w3.org<mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org>
    <mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org<mailto:public-webplatform@w3.org>>>

     > Neu gesendet am: KW 16 | Montag, 15. April 2013 18:32
     >
     > Hi,
     >
     > As some of you probably allready know, I'm currently setting up a
    Doc Sprint in Amsterdam.
     > The sprint is planned the day after the Fronteers conference, on
    October the 12th.
     >
     > The Fronteers ticket sales are being planned to go online next
    thursday. In the confirmation e-mail, they want to include a link to
    an event page on the Fronteers website about the WPDS.
     >
     > Are there any good texts that explains the WPDS so I can put that
    on the Fronteers site. And perhaps it should be on the
    WebPlatorm.org<http://WebPlatorm.org> blog before it is announced anywhere else.
     >
     > I want to set up an EventBrite page for the tickets, but we don't
    have a confirmed location yet. Does anybody knows if that's problem?
     >
     > Hope you can help me out.
     >
     > Paul.
     >





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