[llvm-dev] 2021 LLVM Dev Mtg - Input Needed
Brian Cain via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Tue Jun 1 15:53:56 PDT 2021
It is difficult to read in the GMail app, I agree.
https://forms.gle/f5R3eb5mgu5jyvgt6 is the link I believe.
On Tue, Jun 1, 2021, 5:45 PM pawel k. via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org>
> Dang. I watch it on mobile. I see nothing here.
> Best regards,
> śr., 2.06.2021, 00:10 użytkownik Tanya Lattner via llvm-dev <
> llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> napisał:
>> Just a friendly reminder to fill out the survey if you want to give input
>> on the next LLVM Developers’ meeting. I’ll leave this open for another
>> couple days.
>> On May 17, 2021, at 2:11 PM, Tanya Lattner <tanyalattner at llvm.org> wrote:
>> LLVM Developers,
>> Hello! I know everyone really loves surveys (sarcasm intended), but I
>> could really use some input from the community about the fall 2021 LLVM
>> Developers' Meeting. This event is typically held in October in San Jose,
>> Survey: https://forms.gle/f5R3eb5mgu5jyvgt6
>> While the pandemic is not over, there is some hope on the horizon for
>> in-person events such as conferences and possibly for fall. We did a
>> virtual event in the fall 2020 and while it was successful in many ways, it
>> did not replicate the benefits of an in-person event.
>> Planning a conference usually takes 6-9 months of preparation and dates
>> are booked out a year in advance. We are well short of that for the fall
>> developers’ meeting, but given my logistics team and I have many years
>> experience working together, it is possible to still host an in-person
>> event (most likely November and smaller) or a virtual event.
>> I would like to get the community’s input on what you would like to
>> happen for fall 2021 and if the event should be in-person or virtual.
>> *Please submit this survey by June 1st:*
>> Also, if you prefer not to fill out a Google Form, here the questions I
>> asked that you can email me with the answer to. It is easier to get
>> statistics through the Google Form, but I understand not everyone wants to
>> use it.
>> Would you attend an in-person LLVM Developers Meeting in October or
>> November? *
>> The event would meet all government guidelines and restrictions. This
>> might include: mask restrictions, distancing and attendance caps. We won't
>> know these rules until closer to the event. There are lots of unknowns, so
>> please answer to the best of your ability and you can give more information
>> on the next question.
>> Reasons why you answered about attending an in-person event
>> Please give us details about why you would or would not attend an
>> in-person event.
>> Your answer
>> Would you have to travel to attend an in-person event? *
>> This is to give us an idea where people are coming from which probably
>> influences their decision about attending an in-person event.
>> Domestic travel within the United States
>> International travel to the United States
>> Local to the Bay Area, so no major travel
>> If we can't have an in-person event, would you want a virtual event? *
>> This would be a multi-day virtual event with a mixture of live and
>> pre-recorded parts.
>> Reasons why you answered the previous question about a virtual event
>> Provide any additional details about why you answered the way you did on
>> the previous question.
>> Your answer
>> If you wanted to give a talk, what type of event would you be willing to
>> speak at?
>> Often times, traveling is a huge incentive for giving a talk. Recording a
>> talk for a virtual event can also be a daunting task. We are trying to
>> gauge if we have speakers for both types of events or not.
>> Virtual or In-Person
>> Only In-Person
>> Only Virtual
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