[Desktop_printing] Proposal for a more detailed agenda

Till Kamppeter till.kamppeter at gmx.net
Mon Mar 13 14:59:05 PST 2006


Oi,

in the organization team we have already started to work out how to
place individual presentations in the agenda of the Printing Summit.
Here is a proposal:

MONDAY, April 10
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 8:00 AM -  Arrival of Marriott/Lanier Shuttle
         8:00 - Coffee / Setup / Seating / Intros
	 8:30 - Opening (Waldo Bastian and Till Kamppeter)
	 8:40 - What is OSDL (Waldo Bastian)
         8:50 - Go over the agenda, logistics, etc. - Waldo (OSDL)

 9:00 AM -  Vision for open source printing
	 9:00 - linuxprinting.org overview (Till Kamppeter)
         9:20 - FSG Open Printing Overview (Norm Jacobs)
         9:40 - PWG Overview (Harry Lewis)
        10:00 - Apple MacOS Printing Overview (Paul Danbold)
        10:20 - Roundtable - printing organizations / roles (Moderator)
        10:40 - Mandriva printing (Till Kamppeter)
        10:55 - Debian printing (Henrique de Moraes)
        11:10 - Redhat printing (Tim Waugh)
        11:25 - Roundtable - vision for Linux printing

12:00 PM -  (Working?) Lunch

 1:00 PM -  It should just work - Consistent Methods, desktop service
         1:00 - FSG OP JTAPI (Claudia Alimpich or Ira McDonald)
         1:20 - FSG OP PAPI
         1:40 - Portland (Overview and Printing)
         2:00 - freedesktop.org
         2:10 - OpenUsability.org
         2:20 - KDE
         2:30 - GNOME

 3:00 PM -  Usability - printing dialog paper prototype session
         3:00 - Intro (Ellen Reitmayr)
         3:10 - KDE Usability
         3:20 - GNOME Usability
	 3:30 - Printing Dialogs in Applications
         3:40 - Start of Paper Prototyping

 4:00 PM -  Working session
         4:00 - Brainstorming/Voting: Everyone writes down most
                important problems on small papers. We post thenm on the
                and then everyone can vote by sticking points onto the
                postings (as on DA Meeting in December 2005)

 5:00 PM -  Daily summary - dial-ins

 6:00 PM -  Dinner

 Alternative Suggestion for Monday:

 - Move freedesktop.org, OpenUsability.org, KDE, GNOME into working
   lunch
 - Move Brainstorming/Voting to 2:00pm



TUESDAY, April 11
-----------------

 8:00 AM -  Arrival of Marriott/Lanier Shuttle
         8:00 - Coffee / Setup / Seating / Intro
         8:50 - Go over the agenda, logistics, etc. - Waldo (OSDL)

 9:00 AM -  Hardware Support
         9:00 - Intro: Current Driver Chaos and Organizing them on
                linuxprinting.org (Till Kamppeter)
         9:15 - GhostScript (GhostScript people)
         9:25 - HP Linux Printing and Imaging (David Suffield or Shiyun
                Yie)
         9:35 - Ricoh Family and OEM (George Liu or Ulrich Wehner)
	 9:45 - Gutenprint (Robert Krawitz)
         9:55 - If the Manufacturer does not Cooperate ... (Hin-Tak
                Leung)
        10:05 - Multi-Language PPDs (Michael Sweet)
        10:15 - Plug'n'Print/Auto-Install (Distro people? Till
                Kamppeter (Printerdrake)? Cristian Tibirna (KDE)?)
	10:30 - Round table

11:00 AM -  CUPS 1.2 integration
        11:00 - CUPS 1.2: Overview, What's New, ... (Mike Sweet)
        11:25 - Special options (Robert Krawitz), GhostScript,
                OpenPrinting conformance (OP people), ...
        11:?? - Round table

12:00 PM -  Lunch

 1:00 PM -  OpenPrinting.org implementation
         1:00 - PAPI Implementation
         1:15 - JTAPI Implementation (Claudia Alimpich)
         1:30 - Integration with CUPS (Mike Sweet), KDE, GNOME, apps
                ...

 2:00 PM -  Printer Testing, Issues, and Certification
         2:00 - Intro
         2:15 - Printer Testing/Certification Project Beijing
         2:30 - Testing Method, Distro-Independent
	 2:?? - linuxprinting.org as Central Database for
                Testing/Certification Results?
	 ?:?? - Round Table

 4:00 PM -  Working session

 5:00 PM -  Daily summary - dial-ins

 6:00 PM -  Dinner



WDYT?
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What do you think about this layout?

Who would you suggest as speaker where I did not suggest a speaker?

Are the time frames for the presentations OK?

Too many presentations?

Start earlier on Tuesday and Wednesday to make schedule less tight
(AFAIR the shuttle from the hotel arrives at 8am)?

Note that not all items I have proposed are necessarily talks, but they
can also be discussions (introduced and led by the suggested speaker).

Which of the two alternatives for Monday?

Suggestions for Wednesday?

The discussion is opened ...

   Till



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