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Blog post: 10 year birthday mobathon #315
The environment stuff would be one of the biggest things to handle. Perhaps having either a faster build cycle (which I want to take a stab at) or a transfer to a different project while that's going could help down time? With that said though, using the downtime to chat and build camaraderie is also a great thing. /shrug
Björn's name has a standard o in it instead of ö. After looking at the markdown, it looks like the blog, when rendered, isn't honoring your line at the bottom separating out your crazy idea section.
I had an absolutely fantastic time though and would love to keep doing it!
Hee hee can I quote you on that? Typed with my Thumbs.…
On 5 Oct 2018, at 19:08, Jayson Smith ***@***.***> wrote: I had an absolutely fantastic time though and would love to keep doing it
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@mattwynne Yeah, absolutely! Do you want something more? How's:
"The anniversary mobathon was an absolutely fantastic time and I would love to do it more! Driving the code changes while having the guidance of folks already familiar with the code enabled me to do things for the first time(like release various Cucumber Ruby gems) that I wouldn't have been able to on my own. What a wonderful experience in so many ways!"
Great post overall. Possible addition would be to mention the word doc / picture drawn to explain how things worked (and tools used). That really helped clarify things for me and even if I didn't get to actively participate I still learned a lot. Also, I'd love for that picture/info to find it's way into documentation somewhere.