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2018-08-20
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srihari16:08:01

Hey @robertchristopher, what are the next steps for the meetup?

srihari16:08:46

The last time we did this in the nilenso office, @shafeeq says people contributed to open source Clojure projects. Is that the plan for this time as well?

srihari16:08:11

I’m working on an open-source CLJS-RN app, and I’ll probably work on that on Saturday as well. And I can easily pair with a couple of folks on this.

srihari16:08:26

What is the general process of announcement?

srihari16:08:24

@kumarshantanu ^

kumarshantanu16:08:01

Generally, we figure out the agenda for the meetup followed by an announcement by @robertchristopher

kumarshantanu16:08:57

AFAIK for September meetup one talk and one hacking session was planned, @robertchristopher please correct me if I’m wrong

kumarshantanu16:08:21

Also @amarjeet ^^

amarjeet16:08:38

We would need longer time slot to accommodate both talk and hack session. Else we could just go with hack session. Also, participants may either work on one of the suggested projects or one of their own projects/problem-statements by self or in a team.

srihari16:08:54

@kumarshantanu @amarjeet I had spoken to @robertchristopher here earlier, but slack swallowed it up. Here’s the archive: https://clojurians-log.clojureverse.org/bangalore-clj/2018-08-06

srihari16:08:24

> Let me put up an invite in meetup and update the venue, if you have any plans on the hack session, send in a brief, I shall update that too @amarjeet regarding this, is there any detail you’d need from nilenso?

srihari16:08:42

What were hack sessions like, last time?

amarjeet16:08:45

Last time, we mainly took on the Bangalore Clojure group website. But, the attendance wasn't much. The plan was that people should be able to work on any project and we could help if beginners need any hands on help.

amarjeet16:08:14

It would be good if we could put up some suggested projects in advance. Last time, we didn't have many suggestions, but thankfully audience were also less :)

amarjeet16:08:54

I feel sad by saying thankfully about the audience numbers

srihari17:08:07

Ohey, nice. I didn’t know there was a Bangalore Clojure group website. That does seem like a nice, small chunk to pick up.

srihari17:08:17

But yes, we can come up with suggestions soon.

srihari17:08:22

I’ll do this tomorrow.

amarjeet17:08:10

Robert and Shantanu are yet to share more details about the website plan

amarjeet17:08:19

With everyone

srihari17:08:54

@amarjeet could you please update the meetup page with the venue and timings? I’ll spread the word, and get some nilenso folks to come over too 🙂

amarjeet17:08:58

Cool, will coordinate with @robertchristopher

srihari17:08:10

thanks 🙂