Virtual Summit 2020 Talks and Times

neandr neandr at gmx.de
Sun May 24 10:09:26 UTC 2020


@Ryan
Any chance to complete the page
https://wiki.mozilla.org/Thunderbird/2020_Virtual_Summit with video
links to all of the presentations?
As of day there are two missing.
Thanks for your help ;-)


Am 28.04.20 um 19:55 schrieb Ryan Sipes:
>
> Hello all,
>
> Sorry for the radio silence on the Virtual Summit. After conversations
> with presenters around times and dates it seems that the consensus was
> having a more spread out Summit where people could tune in over a
> longer period and have more time to digest the content was better.
> Also, I decided to forgo the Doodle polls as presenter availability
> was more limited for some than I anticipated. There is still one talk
> time TBA (as you'll see below). I will post updates to times to this
> thread if things change.
>
> All talks will be recorded and posted to LBRY and YouTube, so if you
> miss a talk don't worry. The schedule is posted on this page of the
> wiki <https://wiki.mozilla.org/Thunderbird/2020_Virtual_Summit> (as
> well as below) - and the links to the videos after the talks will be
> posted to that page after the talk is done.
>
> The talks will take place in Zoom, in the status meeting room
> <https://mozilla.zoom.us/j/549511776>.
>
> So, here is our list of talks and times:
>
>
>     *Thunderbird in 2020*
>
> Type: Presentation
>
> Host/Speaker: Ryan Sipes [:ryanleesipes] <mailto:ryan at thunderbird.net>
>
> This presentation covers the changes Thunderbird underwent in 2019 and
> early 2020 as an organization, and our plans to make 2020 the best
> year for Thunderbird yet.
>
> *Date/Time: May 5, 17:00 UTC*
>
>
>     *Taking care of the tree*
>
> Type: Presentation & Discussion
>
> Host/Speaker: Magnus Melin [:mkmelin] <mailto:mkmelin at thunderbird.net>?
>
> Short presentation of how Treeherder works, how to star failures, file
> bugs and such.
>
> *Date/Time: May 7, 13:00 UTC*
>
>
>     *Hey, we got designers!*
>
> Type: Presentation & Discussion
>
> Host/Speaker: Alessandro Castellani [:aleca]
> <mailto:alessandro at thunderbird.net>
>
> How we're working towards a consistent visual identity and improving
> usability through design iterations, and how we're trying to do it
> without upsetting you too much.
>
> *Date/Time: May 12, 17:00 UTC*
>
>
>     *How to begin with Thunderbird Development: A guide for University
>     students and Junior Developers*
>
> Type: Presentation & Discussion
>
> Host/Speaker: Khushil Mistry [:khushil324]
> <mailto:khushil at thunderbird.net>
>
> This presentation and discussion would cover my journey as a GSoC
> student and Thunderbird Intern. I will talk about the difficulties I
> faced and how university students and junior developers can start
> their contribution with Thunderbird.
>
> *Date/Time: May 14, 16:00 UTC*
>
>
>     *Why we might want to start type checking our JavaScript and how
>     that could even work*
>
> Type: Presentation & Discussion
>
> Host/Speaker: Paul Morris [:pmorris] <mailto:paul at thunderbird.net>
>
> JavaScript is a dynamically typed language, but now TypeScript
> <https://www.typescriptlang.org/>'s tooling can be used to statically
> type check plain vanilla JavaScript files
> <https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/type-checking-javascript-files.html>
> (with some help from JSDoc <https://jsdoc.app/>). Type checking offers
> various benefits that include catching certain classes of bugs sooner
> (before they get to users) and making code easier to understand. Tools
> like ESLint and Prettier have improved Thunderbird's JavaScript code
> and developer experience. Would type checking be a good next step and
> how might that work?
>
> *Date/Time: May 19, 17:00 UTC*
>
>
>     *Developing integrated OpenPGP support*
>
> Type: Presentation & Discussion
>
> Host/Speaker: Kai Engert [:kaie] <mailto:kaie at kuix.de>
>
> An update will be given on the progress of the ongoing effort to add
> integrated OpenPGP support to Thunderbird, about the work that is
> still ahead of us, and we'll discuss your questions.
>
> *Date/Time: (TBA)*
>
>
>     *The importance of white space, a UI experiment*
>
> Type: Presentation & Discussion
>
> Host/Speaker: Alessandro Castellani [:aleca]
> <mailto:alessandro at thunderbird.net>
>
> A little journey on how we can drastically improve the usability of
> Thunderbird by carefully implementing empty spaces.
>
> *Date/Time: May 26, 17:00 UTC*
>
>
>     *Thunderbird 78 Overview*
>
> Type: Presentation & Discussion
>
> Host/Speaker: Magnus Melin [:mkmelin] <mailto:mkmelin at thunderbird.net>
>
> Thunderbird 78 is coming up in mid 2020. Overview of what we can
> expect to see in that.
>
> *Date/Time: May 28, 13:00 UTC*
>
>
>     *How to Improve Thunderbird Documentation*
>
> Type: Discussion
>
> Host/Speaker: Ryan Sipes [:ryanleesipes] <mailto:ryan at thunderbird.net>
>
> This discussion would cover how we might improve developer and
> enterprise user documentation. Would also like to touch on how to make
> the developer documentation easier to find for new contributors.
>
> *Date/Time: May 28, 17:00 UTC*
>
> ---
>
> If you have an feedback or wanted to submit your own talk or
> discussion item - please ping me and I will do my best to accommodate.
> This is our first of this type of event since I've been on the team so
> I am sure there is much that we will learn along the way.
>
> Ryan
>
>
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