RailsRumble 2010 Feedback (Public)
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How useful was the different support provided by YEGRB during the RailsRumble? [Information about the rumble]How useful was the different support provided by YEGRB during the RailsRumble? [Reference material on the website]How useful was the different support provided by YEGRB during the RailsRumble? [Team matchmaking]How useful was the different support provided by YEGRB during the RailsRumble? [Team venue during the competition]How useful was the different support provided by YEGRB during the RailsRumble? [Publicity for your team or app]How useful was the different support provided by YEGRB during the RailsRumble? [Material to prepare for the rumble]How useful was the different support provided by YEGRB during the RailsRumble? [Overall]How useful was the different support provided by YEGRB during the RailsRumble? [Provided a communication venue (IRC, twitter, mailing list)]What other support can YEGRB provide during the rumble?What other support can YEGRB provide to help you prepare before the rumble?How did you communicate during the rumble?Overall, how satisfied are you with your teams performance during the rumble?Overall, how satisfied are you with the YEGRB meetup?
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4344434I think it would be great to have all the teams in the same place working on the rumble, but I'm not sure if everyone else agrees with me.In person, Email, #yegrb IRC, other IRC54
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4231542More hackups.
More team coding remotely under the GitHub yegrb organization.
Let's build cool stuff.
In person, Campfire35
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4433433not much. I didn't really expect much support from yegrb. I mean, support is appreciated just not expected. In person44
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45411441) Stats. How others are doing, or a friend when someone needs some moral support.

2) Space seeking - where to code

Not sure quite what else right now.
If possible the following things would be nice:
1) Speed Date - lol... find the right team for you. Could be more done here.

2) Project Management - for geeks! Just to get the basics down, like team roles well defined, tracking success

3) Basic learning classes: github, jQuery, Ruby, CSS, other design stuff and we can help out on this... all levels of tech. welcome. I prefer to use CSS2 at the current time as the learning curve on CSS3 can be a little steep as you have to learn webkit, etc. But we can think of that, too.

Let's just say I learned github in about a week to two weeks to a level where I could do bugfixes and other things and commit really close to deadline with in team aloud communications to verify pushes and pulls so everyone knew. Didn't use GitX much, as I learned command line with use of the git cheat sheet and it made more sense for me to learn that way. Learned how to fork, branch, how merging works and other functions and methodology.

The basic learning (bootcamp) classes can be on various topics and could have tracks to run on... maybe like a Saturday or something? I don't know, I'm just thinking aloud here.

4) Making sure teams meet up and do something other than work, like going out for drinks to shoot the breeze to make the minds meeting a lot easier with less friction. Good team building exercises, something else? I just feel we can do a lot in this section.
In person, Email, Pivotal Tracker, Google Docs34
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