Suggest topics you’d like to discuss during our virtual meeting here.
Our current schedule allows for about 30 1-hour virtual unconference sessions. If you have an idea (or two or three or more), you’ll have three opportunities to share your idea(s) with the community before we do a final vote and create our virtual meeting schedule.
This thread is your first chance! We’ll also have a live session one week before the conference starts. And the final session will be during the conference itself, followed by VOTING (for registered attendees only!).
Even if you don’t have ideas for sessions to suggest in mind, please take a moment to browse sessions being suggested below and “like” (click the heart) any suggestions that you would like to attend. You may get some ideas for new topics from seeing others’ suggestions.
Please include a title, a short description, who might be interested in the topic, what people should expect to get out of the hour-long discussion, and who you think might be a good facilitator (can be yourself or may be others). Putting “####” in front of your title will highlight it in your post.
- Please limit replies only to proposed sessions (avoid discussions in this thread) – i.e., if you want to discuss any entry below or this topic in general, click on the timestamp for the post (on the top right edge of it) and then click the “+ New Topic” link to create a linked topic.
- If you see something you like… vote for it! If someone has suggested an idea you would like to discuss or participate in, please “like” the post by clicking its heart icon.
#### <Topic Title> <Topic Description> Who may be interested? <Target Audience> What you can expect to get out of this discussion: <Brief list of objectives (what decision(s) should be made by the end of the session or what should people expect to leave the session with> Suggested facilitator(s): <Who could facilitate discussion? Can be you and/or someone else>
Discuss what are the priorities for implementations and how we, as a community, can maximize how many we address.
Who may be interested? Anyone in the community.
What you can expect to get out of this discussion: We expect everyone to get a better idea of what implementations are focusing on in 2017, highlight the common parts & differences, and help drive community development priorities in 2017 based on these findings.