Looking for a Pidgin developer to speak on a podcast
eric.caron at gmail.com
Sat Nov 5 13:14:28 EDT 2011
Thanks for your response. Mark Doliner agreed already (so I have
representatives from all three tribes willing to talk on the podcast!)
I probably should have sent a follow-up note to bring everyone up to
speed on devel@, and apologize for not doing it.
I don't know when the podcast is scheduled to record (when it gets
setup, it'll be on
Regardless, I absolutely think that an open discussion of material
that could be discussed on the hour-long podcast would be beneficial
for everyone. The more interesting the material, the more likely
people will talk about it and follow-up after it airs, right?
In the words of Linda Richman*, talk amongst yourselves...
On Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 8:39 AM, Etan Reisner
<pidgin at unreliablesource.net> wrote:
> I'd like to apologize for this having sat for so long with no response. I
> kept intending to respond and it just kept not happening. Finally forcing
> myself to respond instead of just staring at the email some more. =)
> I think this is definitely something that we should do.
> I'm willing to be the personality on air if everyone else is willing to
> let me do it. My only concern is finding a good time to schedule the
> interview (shouldn't be hard just needs to be done with enough forethought
> and advance notice).
> Ideally I'd like there to be a bit of discussion about what sort of things
> should be talked about so that I could collect my thoughts (and the
> thoughts of others since I know there are plenty of topics I don't know
> enough about, especially early project history) before speaking so that
> there would be a coherent thread/story/narrative to the process (before
> the inevitable running off the rails).
> If it makes sense to take this sort of further conversation off-list (I
> hope it doesn't need to for the most part) we can do that too.
> Thank you for contacting us about this. I think it could be really good.
> P.S. Anyone who doesn't think we should do this or would rather be "the
> voice of pidgin" for this please speak up.
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