[Freedombox-discuss] Virtual Q&A: November 13, 20:00 UTC - 21:00 UTC

Danny Haidar haidar at freedomboxfoundation.org
Tue Nov 13 19:28:32 GMT 2018

REMINDER: This is happening in 30 minutes. If you want to attend, please
hop on the Mumble server in 30 minutes!


On 11/10/18 10:26 AM, Danny Haidar wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I want to follow up on something discussed in our call today. As
> previously announced, the FreedomBox Foundation will be hosting a
> FreedomBox Summit on Tuesday, November 13. The purpose of the summit is
> to bring together core developers to discuss our project's main
> challenges as we prepare to head into hardware sales.
> We have reserved time at the FreedomBox Summit for a virtual Q&A with
> developers who are not in attendance at the FreedomBox Summit. We
> encourage developers to attend this virtual Q&A session and share
> concerns, raise questions, propose solutions, and talk with Eben Moglen
> about FreedomBox.
> The Q&A session will take place at 20:00 UTC - 21:00 UTC (one hour) on
> Tuesday, November 13 via Mumble.
> We will be hosting the Q&A session on our regular Mumble server. To
> access the Q&A session, please use a Mumble voice over IP (VoIP) client
> application (available for free for desktop and mobile). On your Mumble
> client, please connect to server <fbx.freedomboxfoundation.org> using
> port 64738. Learn more about how to connect here:
> https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/ProgressCalls
> Mumble etiquette: During the Q&A session, please use push-to-talk, and a
> headset if possible. We want to minimize echoes during the call.
> Though we welcome open-ended questions, please feel free to offer
> solutions as well. Before the virtual Q&A session, the participants at
> the summit will be discussing the items on a collaboratively written
> agenda, which you can find here: https://pad.riseup.net/p/QaCHsaIgioHM
> Please feel free to make comments about anything on that agenda or
> anything that isn't on it.
> I hope to see you there!
> Best,
> Danny Haidar

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