[Linux-aus] LA ctte meeting summary 2005/02/13
michael at msdavies.net
Wed Feb 23 08:10:06 UTC 2005
Christopher Yeoh said:
> At 2005/2/22 11:56+1100 Jeff Waugh writes:
>> * A rotational conference would mean throwing out the "best proposal
>> method we're using at the moment, and result in lower quality events
>> by teams who didn't have to prove their mettle. I'd predict that
>> after a
>> few bum conferences, we'd end up choosing a reliable, distributed
>> but they would suffer from burn out, lack of inspiration, and most of
>> them wouldn't be from the host city.
> I agree - I don't think a fixed rotation scheme would work
> better. Howeverm, it should be seen as a priority that the conference
> gets shared around, so as wide a range of people get to attend, and
> not just all the same people every year.
...which is pretty much what has happened - CALU/LCA hasn't been to the
same place twice!
michael at msdavies dot net
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