All of those topics sound great Florian for next time.
On a side note, does anyone else think we are missing an opportunity to get non-technical people involved with Mozilla? From the intros at the last meeting, it seems like "most" people wanted to code. But then when I talked to people individually there were plenty of non-coders who were just there exploring. At some point, would be great to have non-coding tracks like design, convening, QA, etc.
On Sun, Feb 21, 2016 at 2:39 PM, Florian Merz <email@example.com> wrote:
> - contributing to servo
> - hacking on connected devices (I can bring a Raspberry Pi 2 / zero,
> an Intel Edison and my Intel NUC)