The Linux Plumbers 2016 Git track is focusing on the Future of Git. Not so much does it have a future, but rather what will Git be able to do or look like in the future. We'll take presentations on several enhancements and feature requests, maybe a little open discussion and arm wrestling, but no fist-fights or yelling.
The structure will be … loose. A few short presentations, Q&A, and open discussions.
Topics under consideration for this little Git Together include (but are not limited to):
These people have, apparently, by hook or crook, signed up already.
The shake-down hasn't finalized yet, so expect a few more Top People to attend.
The purely speculative schedule of the 2016 Plumbers Git Together Micro Conference is as follows.
I have a handful of scripts that I use on top of git to perform everyday tasks. I would like to propose a small session where people can talk about what scripts they use on top of git, and see if we can stop rewriting the wheel and see what duplicate tools people have created for themselves, and perhaps get them upstream. Or perhaps there's a killer script out there that people would like to upstream even if nobody else duplicated it.
Pending shake-down results, another presentation might be added.
Note: The final schedule will be posted on the linuxplumberscong.org website on the Schedule page. Presentation slides will available on the Plumbers page by following the links to the abstracts.
Notes from the sessions will be recorded using Etherpads (links will be provided). It is very important that each session has good notes. All too often, if notes were not written down, the session might as well not have happened.
Proposal added by Jon Loeliger email@example.com