Help with scheduling for the summit?

Barbara Glover barbara.glover at
Thu Sep 20 18:33:09 UTC 2007

Hi Allison
Design Patterns has been split into 2 sessions on Thursday.  Please  
feel free to edit the schedule if you find the times and/or the order  
of topics should change.  This was just a preliminary draft.

On 20-Sep-07, at 2:01 PM, Allison Bloodworth wrote:

> Hi Barbara,
> I was actually hoping for two separate sessions on Design Patterns,  
> but I think it would work out OK to do it all at once if that works  
> best. You can change that meeting to two or three hours, as I  
> actually told Daphne yesterday I thought we could just do 2 1 hour  
> sessions and thought she'd changed it on the wiki.
> Thanks!
> Allison
> On Sep 20, 2007, at 10:54 AM, Barbara Glover wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Please review the "draft" agenda for the UE portion of the summit.
>> Make any changes you wish.  I read through all the topics and the
>> alloted times people needed and came up with what's there.  I didn't
>> know when the summit would begin everyday so assumed a 9am start and
>> a 5pm close with a 1 hour lunch at noon.  Wednesday was the only time
>> when I put in an earlier start time to try and fit all the topics in
>> with the requested amount of time.
>> It is at the following link on the wiki.
>> Also, I put up a blank table for the Dev team with the times of the
>> combined meetings filled in.
>> cheers
>> Barbara
>> On 19-Sep-07, at 4:36 PM, Colin Clark wrote:
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> With the summit fast approaching, I'd like to try to pull together a
>>> schedule for all the agenda items we've been compiling over the
>>> last few
>>> weeks.
>>> So far, I've booked two rooms, one for the technical group and  
>>> one for
>>> the UX folks. But we'll also have lots of opportunity to bring the
>>> groups together as well.
>>> I've scheduled Monday morning, Wednesday afternoon, and all day on
>>> Friday for discussions with the whole group.
>>> Tentatively for Monday morning, I had hoped to schedule a discussion
>>> about my recent release plan and vision work, and then perhaps have
>>> Laurie McArthur give us an overview of assistive technologies.
>>> I'm going to start pulling together a schedule for the technical
>>> discussions, but is there someone who is able to help schedule  
>>> the UX
>>> side of things?
>>> Colin
>>> -- 
>>> Colin Clark
>>> Technical Lead, Fluid Project
>>> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
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> Allison Bloodworth
> Senior User Interaction Designer
> Educational Technology Services
> University of California, Berkeley
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