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    Min RK
    @minrk
    I will probably be late or might miss it due to an earlier meeting
    Sylvain Corlay
    @SylvainCorlay
    Will try to join. Might be late.
    M Pacer
    @mpacer
    I’m on call, so I won’t be able to make it this week.
    T. George
    @tgeorgeux
    I’m in today. :) I have a high school student job shadowing me/Zach today so he’ll be here too.
    Ana Ruvalcaba
    @Ruv7
    @all - thanks to all who joined, not for everyone else we chatted informally and did not record a meeting.
    Carol Willing
    @willingc
    Stacey Dorton
    @OfficeJedi
    @willingc HA! scaring those poor babies like that
    Tim Head
    @betatim
    In case any of you want to join the JupyterHub + Binder team meeting jupyterhub/team-compass#60 today at 6pm Europe time, which is in 3hours from now
    i think 9am california (modulo daylight saving which happens at some point now)
    J Forde
    @jzf2101
    i think that time is right
    J Forde
    @jzf2101
    hi all pinging you to let you know i'm going on vacation the starting friday november 2 and will be without my laptop expect limited response since ill only have my phone i'll be back on the 11th
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    @jzf2101 have a great vacation time!
    Zachary Sailer
    @Zsailer
    @all - there is a developers call for Project Jupyter/IPython today, October 23rd, 2018 at 9am PDT on the following channel: https://calpoly.zoom.us/my/jupyter - hope to see you there!
    Ian Rose
    @ian-r-rose
    Going to miss the meeting -- hello from PyData!
    J Forde
    @jzf2101
    so jealous!
    say hi to anima for me
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    Probably missing the meeting today
    Ana Ruvalcaba
    @Ruv7
    @all - no recording from today's call. Heads up in the future this call will likely be held at a lower frequency than weekly. I'll share more information here in the coming week or so...
    Ana Ruvalcaba
    @Ruv7
    @/all - this week's meeting is cancelled. Stay tuned for more news about the format / frequency of this meeting. Hope you have a great week!
    T. George
    @tgeorgeux
    Thanks for the updata Ana.
    Min RK
    @minrk
    Thanks!
    Sylvain Corlay
    @SylvainCorlay
    Thx!
    Damian Avila
    @damianavila
    Thx
    Afshin Taylor Darian
    @afshin
    Cheers, Ana.
    Ana Ruvalcaba
    @Ruv7
    @/all - heads up that @Zsailer and I are working on a proposal for switching up the frequency and format for this meeting. We will not be meeting this Tuesday.
    Min RK
    @minrk
    Thanks!
    Sylvain Corlay
    @SylvainCorlay
    thanks
    Jason Grout
    @jasongrout
    are we meeting today?
    Jason Grout
    @jasongrout
    guess not...
    Sylvain Corlay
    @SylvainCorlay
    @jasongrout do you want to meet?
    Jason Grout
    @jasongrout
    Yep. Are you still around @SylvainCorlay?
    Sylvain Corlay
    @SylvainCorlay
    yes
    Ana Ruvalcaba
    @Ruv7
    Shaking the dust off this thread! Checking in to see if there is interest in hosting a monthly Jupyter meeting for the community. Basic parameters are this: a monthly one hour meeting which would remain at Tuesday morning 9am Pacific. This meeting would be recorded and published to the Jupyter YouTube channel. Agenda would be as follows: Updates from the various areas or subprojects (for lack of a better word) in the Jupyter universe. These would be the same as what we had in the previous agenda, what would be different is the frequency (1xMonth instead of 1xWeek) and the intended audience (the community). At the end of this chance for updates/news/discussion would be a demo from one area of our project. Either to provide a more in depth review of a new development or to show off a compelling user story. The goal would be to give our community a chance to interact with core developers and for us to share the latest news and developments in our work. @Zsailer and @damianavila have both shared thoughts with me on this idea and I'm sharing this more widely now to see if there is interest.
    Feel free to add any further info I may not have captured Zach/Damian.
    Grant Nestor
    @gnestor
    I think a monthly meeting makes more sense than weekly. It would be great if it were more demo-focused or at least "let me know show you what I've been working on" vs. "let me talk about what I've been working on." It would be cool to see someone from each subproject spend a couple minutes showing what's new with that project. We could reserve some time at the end for community members to ask questions and new contributors to receive guidance.
    Tim Head
    @betatim
    :+1:
    Afshin Taylor Darian
    @afshin
    @Ruv7 I think a monthly meeting is a really good idea. I miss having these conversations and I think they benefit our community as well.
    Zachary Sailer
    @Zsailer
    I like @gnestor ’s idea to reserve time for community members to ask questions and new contributors to get some help.
    Jason Grout
    @jasongrout
    I like these ideas!
    Ana Ruvalcaba
    @Ruv7
    Thanks all - that's not a huge amount of buy in but enough that it's worth scheduling and seeing how this turns out. I would propose the first one be Tuesday February 26 at 9am PST. This would set up the cadence of meeting once a month, the last Tuesday of every month. If this format goes well and the core team contributes I would suggest sharing the March meeting with the community on Twitter and in Google Groups. One of the issues with the previous meetings was lack of buy in and participation so I wouldn't want to talk this up for the first one and then get little or no participation from the core group. I am happy to host the first one and then ask for people to step up and rotate the responsibility of the intro and the recording parts for future meetings. @betatim @jasongrout @afshin @gnestor @Zsailer
    Afshin Taylor Darian
    @afshin
    Good plan, Ana! :+1:
    Jason Grout
    @jasongrout
    :+1:
    and this gives us a chance to talk about it at the dev meeting before March's meeting
    and get buy-in there, or other suggestions
    Zachary Sailer
    @Zsailer
    :+1: That sounds great, thanks Ana!
    Tim Head
    @betatim
    how do people imagine the "community members get help" or "help new contributors" sections would go? Q&A style?
    Jason Grout
    @jasongrout
    I imagine it's more strategic Q&A about the things presented, more than "can you help with my install issue"
    or perhaps "I tried following the new contributor docs, but ran into issues here and here." and us interviewing them about what their experience was like, and us understanding better how to onboard new contributors
    probably at least at the start, there would be introductions of new contributors too?