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Re: Apache Royale track at ApacheCon 2020

Andrew Wetmore
Any thoughts on a short, evocative title for the track? How about "Apache Royale: Application Builder"?

On Sun, Jul 12, 2020 at 7:28 AM Carlos Rovira <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Andrew,

I see the topics perfect. Just a question to help me to understand the big picture. About timing, how much time we have for all sessions (global and individual)? That seems to me long play and don't know if is the expected.
I can help with points 2 and 4 as you said. If you want to organize a first set of points I can work over that.
Let me know.

Thanks

El sáb., 11 jul. 2020 a las 16:00, Andrew Wetmore (<[hidden email]>) escribió:
Hi, friends.

We hope to present a track of presentations about Royale at ApacheCon, an online event September 29-October 1. I have created a wiki page [1] to work out ideas, but since the deadline is coming soon for submitting presentations, I wanted to share with you the current plan and get your help.

The current plan is to have five presentations:

1. "Hello Royale" - high-level view of Apache Royale, including a bit of history, how it has evolved, its core of AS3 and MXML, what it inherits from Flex and how it differs, where it is going, and what you can do with it.

2. "Royale: Starting from a blank file" - focussing on the "todomvc" demonstration of creating a to-do list app.

3. "Moving from Flex to Royale" - how to migrate an existing Flex/Flash app to Royale, now that the end of Flash is upon us. Includes emulation, component equivalents, work-arounds, and, I hope a couple of examples of successful migrations.

4. "Royale: Tour de Jewel" - A look behind the scenes at the wide range of Royale capabilities on display at the Tour de Jewel [2] site.

5. "Royale masterclass" - How to get the best out of Royale: strands and beads, emulation, CSS use, components, other cool things Royale offers.

ApacheCon 2020 is going to have three presentation periods each day to hit convenient times around the world. I propose we offer each presentation once as a live event, and then rebroadcast it with a presenter who can respond in real-time to comments from audiences in the second and third tracks. Or we can present each one live three times.

Is this enough? Or does someone have a good idea for a sixth presentation? I am going to submit these five today or tomorrow unless I hear a good reason not to.

What happens next: A lot of smart folks need to provide wisdom and, ideally, be willing to present. If people want to help with writing the slides and script for any of these sessions, I can present them. I have a lot of experience as a presenter, but need to have the wisdom from the whole Royaleiverse to make our presentations clear, accurate, and enticing.

About a thousand people have signed up for ApacheCon 2020 already, even before any advertising has gone out, so this is a great opportunity to show what Royale offers.

Carlos Rivera has indicated he can help create the material for talks 2 and 4. Who else can step up and help make our presentations very good?

Andrew







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Re: Apache Royale track at ApacheCon 2020

Aniket Chopade

Topic coverage is great.

Would examples in #3 include -- replacing cairngorm with crux.


On Sat, Jul 11, 2020 at 7:30 PM Andrew Wetmore <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, friends.

We hope to present a track of presentations about Royale at ApacheCon, an online event September 29-October 1. I have created a wiki page [1] to work out ideas, but since the deadline is coming soon for submitting presentations, I wanted to share with you the current plan and get your help.

The current plan is to have five presentations:

1. "Hello Royale" - high-level view of Apache Royale, including a bit of history, how it has evolved, its core of AS3 and MXML, what it inherits from Flex and how it differs, where it is going, and what you can do with it.

2. "Royale: Starting from a blank file" - focussing on the "todomvc" demonstration of creating a to-do list app.

3. "Moving from Flex to Royale" - how to migrate an existing Flex/Flash app to Royale, now that the end of Flash is upon us. Includes emulation, component equivalents, work-arounds, and, I hope a couple of examples of successful migrations.

4. "Royale: Tour de Jewel" - A look behind the scenes at the wide range of Royale capabilities on display at the Tour de Jewel [2] site.

5. "Royale masterclass" - How to get the best out of Royale: strands and beads, emulation, CSS use, components, other cool things Royale offers.

ApacheCon 2020 is going to have three presentation periods each day to hit convenient times around the world. I propose we offer each presentation once as a live event, and then rebroadcast it with a presenter who can respond in real-time to comments from audiences in the second and third tracks. Or we can present each one live three times.

Is this enough? Or does someone have a good idea for a sixth presentation? I am going to submit these five today or tomorrow unless I hear a good reason not to.

What happens next: A lot of smart folks need to provide wisdom and, ideally, be willing to present. If people want to help with writing the slides and script for any of these sessions, I can present them. I have a lot of experience as a presenter, but need to have the wisdom from the whole Royaleiverse to make our presentations clear, accurate, and enticing.

About a thousand people have signed up for ApacheCon 2020 already, even before any advertising has gone out, so this is a great opportunity to show what Royale offers.

Carlos Rivera has indicated he can help create the material for talks 2 and 4. Who else can step up and help make our presentations very good?

Andrew







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Re: Apache Royale track at ApacheCon 2020

Andrew Wetmore
Hi, Aniket.

Yes! Topic 3 can include moving from Flex-focussed frameworks to those designed for Royale. I will need help putting together the script to clearly explain the differences, but it would be very good to cover this.

Andrew

On Mon, Jul 13, 2020 at 6:06 AM Aniket Chopade <[hidden email]> wrote:

Topic coverage is great.

Would examples in #3 include -- replacing cairngorm with crux.


On Sat, Jul 11, 2020 at 7:30 PM Andrew Wetmore <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, friends.

We hope to present a track of presentations about Royale at ApacheCon, an online event September 29-October 1. I have created a wiki page [1] to work out ideas, but since the deadline is coming soon for submitting presentations, I wanted to share with you the current plan and get your help.

The current plan is to have five presentations:

1. "Hello Royale" - high-level view of Apache Royale, including a bit of history, how it has evolved, its core of AS3 and MXML, what it inherits from Flex and how it differs, where it is going, and what you can do with it.

2. "Royale: Starting from a blank file" - focussing on the "todomvc" demonstration of creating a to-do list app.

3. "Moving from Flex to Royale" - how to migrate an existing Flex/Flash app to Royale, now that the end of Flash is upon us. Includes emulation, component equivalents, work-arounds, and, I hope a couple of examples of successful migrations.

4. "Royale: Tour de Jewel" - A look behind the scenes at the wide range of Royale capabilities on display at the Tour de Jewel [2] site.

5. "Royale masterclass" - How to get the best out of Royale: strands and beads, emulation, CSS use, components, other cool things Royale offers.

ApacheCon 2020 is going to have three presentation periods each day to hit convenient times around the world. I propose we offer each presentation once as a live event, and then rebroadcast it with a presenter who can respond in real-time to comments from audiences in the second and third tracks. Or we can present each one live three times.

Is this enough? Or does someone have a good idea for a sixth presentation? I am going to submit these five today or tomorrow unless I hear a good reason not to.

What happens next: A lot of smart folks need to provide wisdom and, ideally, be willing to present. If people want to help with writing the slides and script for any of these sessions, I can present them. I have a lot of experience as a presenter, but need to have the wisdom from the whole Royaleiverse to make our presentations clear, accurate, and enticing.

About a thousand people have signed up for ApacheCon 2020 already, even before any advertising has gone out, so this is a great opportunity to show what Royale offers.

Carlos Rivera has indicated he can help create the material for talks 2 and 4. Who else can step up and help make our presentations very good?

Andrew







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Andrew Wetmore
Technical Writer-Editor
Infra
Apache Software Foundation


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Aniket Chopade,
A man may be a fool and not know it, but not if he is married.



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