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Re: save the date, cloud-init summit


One more reminder today. The Summit is on later today!

I've updated the discourse post with links to the hangouts we'll use, I've
also added links to a running Summit notes document and will add links to
the slides and material spoke about during the Summit today for those
following along.


I hope to see many of you in a few hours!

On Mon, Sep 21, 2020 at 12:25 PM Rick Harding <rick.harding@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> Just a reminder that the summit timeline is coming up in a few days. I'll
> have a scheduling coming shortly.
> Currently, the plan is to use 1/2 day schedules due to the spread of folks
> across timezones starting at 17:00 UTC with a couple of presentation slots
> followed up by an engineering hack session time afterward.
> If you have any material you'd like to have time slots allocated for
> please let me know asap so I can make sure it's on the list. Otherwise, we
> can be flexible with the hack time as topics or other materials come
> together.
> I'll have links to the online session meetings later today.
> Thank you everyone and I can't wait to see/speak to you this week!
> Rick Harding
> Ubuntu Server
> On Mon, Aug 17, 2020 at 1:56 PM Rick Harding <rick.harding@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> Dates: Sept 24-25
>> The Ubuntu Server team is proud to move our annual cloud-init summit
>> online. This is a great opportunity to engage with the cloud-init community
>> in real-time, celebrate the progress made over the year, and discuss the
>> improvements to come in the future.
>> This is our first time driving the summit online and it will be my first
>> time participating. I’d love to hear your thoughts on any ideas you have
>> for making sure everyone gets something great out of the event.
>> We've set up a category in the new Ubuntu Server section of
>> https://discourse.ubuntu.com to discuss ideas and plan the summit.
>> https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/cloud-init-online-summit-save-the-date-sept-23-24/17867
>> Rick Harding
>> Ubuntu Server

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