This meeting is all about moving project OpenBike forward.
Michael Lokwitz from project OpenBike will be in attendance walking us through the problems they are trying to solve and the technology behind it. Then we'll get into specifics around how we can help sectioning of a piece of work. We'll split up the work and split into groups. Team leads will need to create an account on our pairing server so they can host subsequent pairing sessions. We will also cover a preferred git workflow.
Next we'll dive in to the tech and try to start solving the problems. I expect this to be prototype work that gets committed to branches of one or more projects on the Den of Clojure's github account. The goal is to come out of this meeting with the problem sliced into reasonable chunks and to work out the details of remote pairing and git workflow. Let's accomplish something as a group and write some code.
If you have any GIS knowledge please try and attend either in person or via the Google Hangout, we could use your help. BTW please join the Google Plus community for the Den of Clojure if you would like to present and/or would like the option of attending remotely. If you know anyone who would like the attend the group but is not able to show up in person please ask them to join via Meetup and the Google Plus Community. Either search Google Plus for "Den of Clojure" or this link may work:
Den of Clojure on Google Plus
If you would like to host a pair session or just have your own pairing account on the shared server please send me your preferred user name, shell, and a link to your public key (or attach it to the email). If you have a Github account you can easily link your public key by putting .keys after your Github URL. Here is mine:
If you send me your Github link then please let me know what number key you would like to use if you have multiple keys. As always, Cody from Tek Systems will be sponsoring some of the food and drinks. Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday.