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Compiler Team Weekly Agenda #54818

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pnkfelix opened this issue Oct 4, 2018 · 1 comment

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@pnkfelix pnkfelix commented Oct 4, 2018

This issue exists to describe the compiler team triage meeting and to collect links about it. It is closed for comments since it's not meant to collect discussion; if you'd like to give feedback about the steering meeting, please feel free to open a topic in Zulip.

If you are looking for the description of the compiler planning (aka "steering") meeting, see #58850

Compiler Team Meeting Stuff

(A replacement for the unsupported+EOL'ed etherpad)

WHERE IS THE COMPILER MEETING TAKING PLACE

We are in the process of evaluating various chat platforms.

If you are the meeting organizer, you can see the steps for running the meeting after the Agenda section below.

AGENDA

Short period for any announcements

Review/Continue Weekly Pre-Meeting Triage (30min)

Working Grop Check-in (30min)

Procedure (for meeting organizer)

  • On the day of the meeting, some hours before hand, create two #t-compiler topics on Zulip
    • First topic name weekly meeting YYYY-MM-DD #54818; message text:

      Hi @*T-compiler/meeting* ; the triage meeting will be starting in H hours M minutes

    • Second topic name pre-meeting triage YYYY-MM-DD #54818; message text:

      I will be doing pre-triage in this channel.

    • Right-click that first pre-triage message, choose "Copy link to conversation", then post that link into the weekly meeting channel, with text like:

      I will be doing [pre-triage in a parallel topic](LINK-GOES-HERE)

    • If you haven't already, figure out which working groups (at most two) should do their check-in's this week. Consult the WG checkin schedule. In any case, state on in meeting topic channel which WG's will be doing check-ins, and be sure to @-address the relevant leads as reminders to them.
    • Switch now from the meeting channel to the pre-meeting triage channel, and do the pre-triage (see process with lists of issues below).
      • If during the pre-triage you identify issues that are worth bubbling up to the larger group, post corresponding messages back on the meeting channel itself.
  • When it is time for the meeting to start:
    • Write Hi @*T-compiler/meeting*! Add a :wave: emoji to show you're here :) in the meeting channel to announce it is starting (and get an approximate attendees list).
    • Immediately after starting the meeting, state that there are 5 minutes for general announcements that anyone can chime in on.

PERSISTENT URLs

Pre-triage Process




RLS Related things

IRC nicks to ping when meeting starts

Add yourself if you are missing in the list and want to get pinged

nmatsakis eddyb oli_obk nagisa pnkfelix mw varkor oli_obk_ qmx wesleywiser davidtwco

AGENDA

Move away from etherpad, possible solutions:

eddyb writes:

#48575 (comment)

nox writes:

#50825 is a blocker to do a rustup in Servo and see the impact of MergeFunctions there.

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@Centril Centril commented Oct 4, 2018

FYI: For the etherpad stuff there's also http://hackmd.io/.

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