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The first “official” Ada Monthly Meetup will take place this Saturday,
1st of July, at 13:00 UTC Time. That corresponds to 15:00 CET (Central
European Time: Madrid, Paris, Berlin, Rome…).
The meetup will take place over at Jitsi, a conferencing software that
runs on any modern browser. The link is
The room name is “AdaMonthlyMeetup”
and in case it asks for a password, it will be set to “AdaRules”.
I do not want to set up a password, but in case it is needed, it will be
the one above without the quotes. The room name is generally not needed
as the link should take you directly there, but I want to write it down
just in case someone needs it.
No one proposed any topics, but there was a proposal that I quite liked!
An Ada user told me they would like for people to present themselves
with a brief introduction so that listeners and other new users could
tell who is who. I think this is a great idea as that allows the
community to get closer together, know who is who and what they work on
and have a better understanding of the speakers and their background.
Obviously, this will be optional, nobody will be forced to do this in
any kind of way. The introductions should be short (think 30s to a
minute) and I will be the first one to do it to help break the ice :smiley:
If I forgot something, please, point it out so that any issues can get
Notice! The link to the room has been changed to be more “universal”. So
please, share it with people who received the old link. Another point is
that the password, in case it is needed, has also changed. I sadly
cannot block the room with a password unless a moderator in connected.
This means that there is a very unlikely chance someone could vandalise
the room, but I do not expect this to be a problem. Also the
presentation will not be streamed just yet. I did not have time to test
it but Maxim kindly agreed to help, so that will be coming down the line.
P.S: I, Fer, will post this over at the C.L.A and Ada-Lang.io . Feel