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     * Aimee: was a little bit chaotic and still unsure how we would actually be able to participate in a way that can bring value to our project, probably not something I want to do next year would be open to consider it again in future perhaps. There were some interesting projects but the table formats were not very condusive to productive conversations. The social part of the event is not really my thing but I could easily not participate and do something else in the evenings instead. ​     * Aimee: was a little bit chaotic and still unsure how we would actually be able to participate in a way that can bring value to our project, probably not something I want to do next year would be open to consider it again in future perhaps. There were some interesting projects but the table formats were not very condusive to productive conversations. The social part of the event is not really my thing but I could easily not participate and do something else in the evenings instead. ​
     * Franz: don't want to attend anymore; didn't found it productive; maybe it's the people I know there but found it more beer heavy then anything else - I don't like beer     * Franz: don't want to attend anymore; didn't found it productive; maybe it's the people I know there but found it more beer heavy then anything else - I don't like beer
 +    * 20200223 : dcht00 on #​ecohackerfarm , in response to aimeejulia fosdem 2020 report - i read the FOSDEM notes and agree, everytime I went there, it was basically about getting the flue, and ratting around the hallways of that strange uni, to find all interesting sessions closed (overbooked).......... the model that I did find a bit better was to run around and make sure not to get baited into more than 5 min conversation with anyone, as the geeks at stands there will trap you and will keep telling you about their project into all details for an hour if you let them... what would be good, or perhaps great, would be to try to spread hackbases in general to these projects, to make retreats etc. i discussed this with several projects when i was at FOSDEM ... the problem is to actually "​close"​ this and make it happen...for this we would need to figure out clearer formats, share notes (how to do financials, etc) and probably bounce projects between eachother. because it would make sense for them to travel not always to the same place. we could all probably share a fiscal sponsor as well (my company, for example, could potentially bill something, for example)...it would be high-time to co-develop this model, and see how we could flyer it and push it. this is what hackbases should really be doing ... i thought they will at start, but kind of lost track of this, as CHT became more experimental.
   * Status of ongoing projects   * Status of ongoing projects
     * Nextcloud collabora - Franz     * Nextcloud collabora - Franz
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