Internet-in-a-Box/Summit-2019

Internet-in-a-Box deployed

INTERNET-IN-A-BOX 2019 SUMMIT & HACKATHONEdit

  • November 7-10, 2019
  • Join us in Boston!

shared notes

  • take notes here with same license as Meta-wiki
  • notes to be transferred from that notepad to here on meta after the meeting

SCHEDULEEdit

Wed Nov 6 Evening arrivals (we may be able to host you and/or arrange local transport options if you RSVP!)
Thu Nov 7 Stow, Massachusetts hackathon / retreat

Noon-to-1PM NYC Time Open Call - Day #1 Theme:
Internet-in-a-Box 2020 Vision (RSVP to join call!)

0:00-0:15 introductions from team in person (11 people)
0:15-0:25 introductions from online people (5 people)
0:25-0:35 framing (Adam)
0:35-0:45 content - what needs exist, who is collecting this content
0:45-0:55 community - especially implementers - people who bridge the local communities and global communities. Who is collaborating with implementers
0:55-1:00 closing thoughts only from people who have spoken less than 2 minutes
Fri Nov 8 Stow, Massachusetts hackathon / retreat

Noon-to-1PM NYC Time Open Call - Day #2 Theme:
Software Life Cycle Priorities (RSVP to join call!)

0:00-0:15 introductions from team in person (10 people?)
0:15-0:25 introductions from online people (4 people?)
0:25-0:40 modularity 1: phased priorities + community maintainability
  • NGINX (#2017) with uWSGI (transitioning from Apache with mod-wsgi)
  • Python 3 (#1810)
  • install.yml + setup.yml + enable.yml (#2020)
  • install_APP: True in /etc/iiab/local_vars.yml + installed_APP: True in /etc/iiab/iiab_state.yml
  • pi-gen (#1937), Captive Portal (#1182)
0:40-0:55 modularity 2: documentation = approachability + unit/integration testing
  • wiki.laptop.org -> meta.wikimedia.org?
  • discourse.iiab.io for implementers too?
  • QA -> QC -> QE (quality engineering) -> CI/CD
0:55-1:00 closing thoughts only from people who have spoken less than 2 minutes
Sat Nov 9 Hackspace location @ MIT http://WikiConference.org
Sun Nov 10 Hackspace location @ MIT http://WikiConference.org
Mon Nov 11 Urban exploration & airport/train/bus/road departures

PEOPLEEdit

  1. Emmanuel Engelhart
  2. George Hunt
  3. Jerry Vonau (attending remotely, from Canada?)
  4. Tim Moody (attending remotely)
  5. Josh Dennis?
  6. Reno McKenzie
  7. Joshua Kanani (attending remotely, from Kenya)
  8. Mikko Kotila?
  9. Victor Chan Timmons
  10. Anish Mangal (attending remotely, from India)
  11. Blondel Mondésir (attending remotely, from Haiti)
  12. Qzekrom (attending remotely, from Ithaca)
  13. SJ Klein?
  14. James Heilman (attending remotely, from Canada?)
  15. Nick Doiron
  16. Ivan Savov (attending remotely, from Canada?)
  17. Benjamin Bach (attending remotely, from Denmark?)
  18. Avni Khatri / Fein
  19. Adam Holt
  20. Blue Rasberry (talk)
  21. Daniel Mietchen
  22. Shanti Bhardwa (attending remotely, from UK)
  23. AbhiSuryawanshi
  24. Eric Hellman
  25. Martin Walker
  26. Eric Nitschke (attending remotely, from Czech Republic)
  27. Chris Li
  • (Please RSVP to add your name!)

LOCATIONEdit

  • Our retreat will take place at a farm in Stow, Massachusetts, just a short drive West of Boston, Massachusetts. Please RSVP for the exact location and possible overnight arrangements!
  • The Cambridge, Massachusetts http://WikiConference.org location (Saturday & Sunday especially) is just across the Charles River from Boston itself — please don't forget to register !

FOOD RESTRICTIONS / PREFERENCESEdit

  • If you have any dietary restrictions/preferences, please RSVP with details.
  • Please help us pay for food and drink, Thanks!

THURSDAY / FRIDAY EXCURSIONSEdit

  • Hikes
  • Bike Rides

AGENDA / TOPICSEdit

EQUIPMENTEdit

  • Whiteboard / flip chart / markers / sticky notes
  • If you're bringing or needing Ethernet / electrical / other gear etc, let us know!