[Phylobase-devl] misc.

Peter Cowan pdc at berkeley.edu
Fri Dec 5 23:17:40 CET 2008

I've added my schedule to http://www.doodle.com/9pndm3xaszh7gpck

On Dec 4, 2008, at 7:31 AM, Brian O'Meara wrote:
> On Dec 3, 2008, at 2:47 PM, Steven Kembel wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>> * chat on the list about a deadline and milestones needed
>>> for a CRAN release?  (My votes: merged plotting code, all known
>>> bugs fixed [I don't actually think that would be hard], node- 
>>> labeling
>>> scheme updated).
>>> * have one or more additional conference calls?
>> Discussing this on the list or in a conference call would be great. I
>> think we are in pretty good shape for most of these things.
>> -plotting code should be a straightforward merge of the summer of  
>> code
>> branch into trunk

Agreed this shouldn't take long and might even happen before the  
virtual hackathon if I can find a few hours to button up loose ends.

>> I will go through the list of bugs/feature requests on R-
>> Forge and try to clean out the requests that have been dealt with. If
>> others have fixed bugs/feature requests go ahead and change their
>> status to resolved.
>> -The node-labeling scheme has been updated already unless there were
>> further changes needed.
>>> * an ambitious plan: have a "virtual hackathon" sometime
>>> between now and mid-January, where we all agree to the best
>>> of our abilities to spend the same day or two investing
>>> a significant amount of hacking time ... we could have
>>> one or two 'plenary sessions' a day and do Skype/chat
>>> in between ... what do you think?
>> This sounds like a great idea, I'd be interested, will have some time
>> over the 'holidays' to work on this. What are people's schedules like
>> - would a brief call sometime in the next few weeks work?
> I'm generally unconstrained, as we're not traveling for the holidays.
> We can set up a poll to schedule a conference call once we have a
> general idea of when people can talk. I've started a poll about a
> mini-hackathon itself at http://www.doodle.com/9pndm3xaszh7gpck .

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