[cdi-dev] CDI F2F meeting

Antonio Goncalves antonio.goncalves at gmail.com
Mon Sep 22 07:03:39 EDT 2014

Hi all,

Face to faces meetings are a really great idea. But let me give you my 2
cents about this :

Most self-employed contractors, like me, need to pay for the travel and
expenses. Which it's fine, I do not expect RedHat to pay for this ;o) But
on top of that, we need to take a few days off work, which increases the
amount of the bill. In this case, Wednesday/Thursday which are in the
middle of the week (and leaves Friday off (another day without billing), or
returning to work (which is a bit rough).

Why not having those meetings on *Friday/Saturday* ? Contractors would only
loose a day of work, and can enjoy the week-end by relaxing on Sunday.

What do you all think ?


On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 12:39 PM, Antoine Sabot-Durand <
antoine at sabot-durand.net> wrote:

> Hi All,
> To have a “physical” kick off for CDI 2.0 we organised a Face to Face
> meeting the 15th and 16th October. This meeting will take place in Brno Red
> Hat office (in Czech Republic). All the community is invited
> Red Hat will offer lunches for the 2 days and dinner on the 15th.
> Transportation and hotel is note included
> Agenda will include :
> - Work on the different workshop, starting with the less obvious (parts,
> Contexts and SPI evolution)
> - How to contribute to TCK and RI
> - Start to specify new features
> - Roadmap for Weld 3.0 (the CDI RI)
> We are off course open to other topics link to CDI and CDI 2.0.
> If you are interested or have question please let me know. We’ll talk
> about this on the next wednesday meeting.
> Antoine
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