Heidelberg Sprint 2018

May 7th, 2018 by  | Comments Off on Heidelberg Sprint 2018

Ready to sprint? We’re getting ready for another PKP sprint, this time in fabulous Heidelberg, Germany. The sprint will run from Thursday, September 20 through Friday, September 21, 2018. We are extremely grateful to our local host, the University of Heidelberg and look forward to meeting more friends from the German OJS network and elsewhere. You can read more about their activities here.

Our previous sprint, in Montreal, was a resounding success (read about the outcomes on the PKP blog) and we hope you will join us for what we are sure will be another fun and productive couple of days.

Format
As always, we’ll run it unconference-style, with topics proposed by the group. In particular, we’ll be focusing on OJS 3.1, hacking in experimental features, building documentation, and exploring the new software. Much of this work will be technical in nature, but there will be opportunities for non-technical contributors. We will also be accommodating remote participation.

Schedule

Thursday, September 20 (note: all times in GMT+2)
12pm-1pm Welcome and lunch
1pm-2:30pm Introduction and planning
2:30pm-3:30pm Coffee
3:30pm-5:45pm Team Work
5:45pm-6pm Wrap Up
8pm onward Dinner
Friday, September 21
9am – 9:15am Questions, Discussion
9:15am-11am Team Work
11am-11:30am Coffee
11:30am-12:30pm Team Work
12:30pm-1:30pm Lunch
1:30pm-2:30pm Team Work
2:30pm-3pm Team Reports / Wrapup

Proposed Topics
So far…

  • UI/UX review / enhancements
  • Accessibility
  • Translation tools
  • Plugin testing, management and release processes
  • Dead code hunt

Remember to suggest your own topics of interest when you register!

Registration
Please let us know if you’d like to join us or if you have any questions or topics to suggest.

Free registration and topic proposals: https://goo.gl/forms/22iN6xQAIsaB95Ym1
Deadline: September 1, 2018
Note: We have a limit of 40 spaces, so be sure to register soon to avoid missing out.

Acknowledgements
PKP is grateful to the Heidelberg University for taking care of all of the local arrangements. We couldn’t do it without you!

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