June 1-5, 2020
The June Project Teams Gathering is going virtual since it is critical to producing the next release. The virtual event will be held from Monday, June 1 to Friday, June 5.
The event is open to all OSF projects, and teams are currently signing up for their time slots. Find participating teams below, and the schedule will be posted in the upcoming weeks.
- The discussion topics currently discussed in the room ("now")
- An indicative set of discussion topics coming up next ("next")
- The schedule for the day with available extra slots you can book
Continue to check this page for event updates and if you have any questions, please email [email protected].
Developers, operators and end users who are involved or hoping to get involved in a OSF project contributor group that decided to meet at the PTG.
NOTE: If you are hoping to get involved with a particular team, check with them to make sure they are planning to do onboarding before you book travel.
Leaders from teams, SIGs, working groups that decide not to meet at the PTG should attend to represent the views of their group at the event.
The event is optimized for engaged community members that are involved in one of the various teams working on one of the projects supported by the OSF (workgroups, development teams, SIGs…). If you’re brand new to OSF projects, you might want to attend the Open Infrastructure Summit event instead, which features presentations, forum sessions (designed to get wider community feedback) and on-boarding sessions.
The event is not the occasion to sell goods or to propose jobs to the attendees -- hiring managers and product vendors will therefore probably feel out of place.
Usually this event is not for new contributors; however, for Shanghai, we are including the possibility for teams to do project onboarding as a part of the PTG. That being said, not all teams will be participating, only those that want to.
Our community is global. This creates challenges that cannot easily be solved using asynchronous, low-bandwidth communication tools. Getting technical community members to meet in-person regularly is essential to build the amount of shared understandings and trust that is necessary to successfully cooperate. Participants to the event are therefore a lot more productive and efficient the rest of the year.
PTG’s are organized in cost-effective transportation hubs in order to minimize travel expense. At the same time, we aim to maximize the ability of contributors to work through their workgroup objectives in an environment that is focused towards work and productivity.