[Openvas-discuss] Planning OpenVAS Developer Conference #2 (OpenVAS DevCon2)
timb at nth-dimension.org.uk
Sun Dec 21 00:19:12 CET 2008
On Thursday 04 December 2008 16:04:11 Jan-Oliver Wagner wrote:
> I do see the growing need to meet in real life in order to
> * review the last 2 years of great development
> * plan future features
> * discuss designs
> * discuss how to extend NVT coverage
> * discuss professional services and how they relate to
> OpenVAS project
> * have a beer (or other beverages) with people we see
> only rarely or see only as an email address.
> In summary, I'd like to derive a master plan for the next 1-2 years
> from this meeting.
> I offer to hold the 2nd OpenVAS Developer Conference in
> Osnabrück, Germany in the new offices of Intevation.
> Potential dates are:
> June 11-14 2009 (Thursday-Sunday)
> June 18-21 2009 (Thursday-Sunday)
> July 9-12 2009 (Thursday-Sunday)
> July 16-19 2009 (Thursday-Sunday)
> Please let me know what you think!
> Who would like to participate?
> And already know the dates are OK for him/her?
DebConf 9 is on July 16-31 in Spain but other the other 3 dates are good right
now. Another idea I just had is an OpenVAS village at Hacking at Random,
August 13-16, 2009?
I'll definately attend assuming I know early what the date is and can make
> If we can gather at least a small group, then
> I will prepare a agenda and start into detailed planning
> to offer a nice and interesting stay.
Sounds like fun, I'd like to have a spot on governance put on the agenda.
There are a number of things I'd like to brain storm with a view to getting
feedback from openvas-discuss post conference.
> What I am uncertain: should we consider a Users' session prior
> to the DevCon with Workshops or alike? Maybe someone wants
> to hold a workshop. If we take a small fee we might finance
> travel for some developers.
> Opinions on this?
Sounds good to me but this isn't a crucial point in my mind. More important
is to get some of the various developers together and hack some code.
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