what is here called "poster session" reminds me a awful lot of the
bar bof's we been running for a long time.
Anyone care to draw the line between the two and try to motivate why
we need boths. As I see nothing stops from bringing a poster to a bar
bof, or a white board for taht matter.
On 2011-01-10 12:09, Henk Uijterwaal wrote:
On 10/01/2011 11:14, Yoav Nir wrote:
On Jan 10, 2011, at 11:31 AM, Lars Eggert wrote:
On 2011-1-8, at 19:41, R. B. wrote:
I'm really in a rush, but I want to send my 0.02 too. I like the idea of
a poster session, since a single I-D could go unobserved in the churn of
many areas have open meetings where folks already can present such ideas.
It's up to the ADs or chairs of such meetings to decide if presentation
time is warranted, with or without an accompanying ID.
True, but in those meetings you usually get about 5 minutes to present (which
is good), but then some other people present other things. Following that,
those people in the audience who are interested will have to seek you out
among the 1200 participants, or go to a mailing list just to ask questions.
A poster session would allow for more interaction.
I think that there is another issue. Some people are good at doing 5
minute pitches of an idea, others aren't. In case one is not, then I
think a poster session might be a good alternative.
The costs for a poster session are almost 0. Isn't this something we
can just try?
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