> 1) Friday, 5:30PM-? Take over the room potentially as soon as the
> Postgres-XC talk ends and miss "Closing sessions" if we're concerned
> about starting early for people who have to leave on Friday night,
> continue into the BOF #2 time from 6:00PM-8:00PM. What's nice about
> this is we have a room to grab and everything.
I, personally, cannot miss the closing session, and Bruce & Tom were
talking about having 10 minutes of speaking.
Note that the *other* BOFs are Friday night.
> 2) Wednesday, 6:00PM-?, after developer meeting. I expect everyone to
> be tired of talking at this point, but it's a possibility. Not sure
> where to meet though.
I could arrange a space, maybe even dinner. Agreed that there would be
the talked-out issue. Because of a schedule conflict Jan and I have,
though, we'd need to decide this by Wednesday so I could reschedule that.
> 3) Friday, 9:00AM-10:00AM. Could borrow one of the session rooms. Not
> quite enough time and I'd expect attendance to be low for this one.
With the EDB party the night before? This seems highly unrealistic.
> 4) Thursday, 11:00AM-1:30PM. Nice follow up to the "Built-in
> replication in PostgreSQL 9.0" session. Would miss "Hypothetical
> Indexes towards self-tuning in PostgreSQL", "PostgreSQL in
> Mission-Critical Financial Systems", "Efficient k-nn search with GiST
> and other development"; not a lot of overlap in topics/speakers there I
> 5) Friday, 10:00AM-11:30AM. Leads into the "Replication Panel" on
> Friday at 11:30AM. Would miss "PL/Parrot", "PgMQ", "Identifying,
> Monitoring, and Controlling PostgreSQL Traffic [through pgBouncer]".
The problem with doing this during a session is that I assumed that we
wanted to attact other interested attendees, and not just the people on
this list. Don't we?
-- Josh Berkus
PostgreSQL Experts Inc.
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