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Re: Presentation: The state of curl 2020

From: Dan Fandrich <>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2020 21:08:26 +0200

On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 11:55:44AM +0200, Daniel Stenberg via curl-library wrote:
> I've been silent about curl up 2020 the online version as I've been
> seriously uninspired of what to do about it. So here's this presentation at
> least and I really wouldn't mind hearing if anyone wants to do anything for
> curl up 2020. Should we just setup a huge zoom meeting, join that and see
> where it takes us?
> If others want to prerecord their suggested talks, it would of course be
> awesome and we could discuss those and some of the other subjects mentioned
> at the 2020 ideas page:

I'm always inspired when attending curl://up and I'd hate to lose that this
year. My plan is to reserve the weekend to watch any prerecorded talks that
people make available. What would work for me would be to have a published
"schedule" of these talks (playlist, maybe?) with perhaps two slots (maybe at
noon and at 4 PM) for a group video chat to discuss the couple of talks
immediately preceding on the playlist. It wouldn't be the same as being there
but would still be a chance to interact with the speakers (assuming they can
make it) and replicate at least a part of what goes on in person. This would
only work if we have enough people to commit to recording their talks ahead of
time, though, but even if that's just two more talks, it would be enough to
schedule a group chat in my vision. Or, if there are topics people want to hash
through even without a recorded talk to introduce them, scheduling a slot for
a chat would also work.

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