What to Expect in ERPNext Conference 2018

  1. Keep separate developer and user sessions.
  2. Talks were poorly prepared.
  3. Keep the conference at a high end location (Maybe a 4–5 star hotel).
  1. Contribution Sprint
  2. Unconference.

Day 1–2: Contribution Sprint

Developers

  1. Bug quashing sprint: Try and fix all issues tagged as “bug” on GitHub Issues.
  2. Build a feature: Scratch your own itch by contributing a feature you really want in the product.
  3. Test Coverage Sprint: Add test coverage, refactor tests where missing.
  4. Documentation Sprint: Add missing developer documentation.

Non Developers

  1. Issue Cleanup Sprint: Review and respond to un-replied issues. Review all old issues and either tag them or close them if they are not relevant.
  2. Documentation Sprint: Writing missing documentation for ERPNext modules or features
  3. Article Writing Sprint: Write general purpose articles on ERP systems, benefits, challenges, implementation strategies that can be published on ERPNext.org

Day 3–4: Unconference!

The event will be held at Mysore Association Auditorium, Matunga, Mumbai
  • 8.30–9.30am: Breakfast
  • 9.30–11am: Session 1
  • 11.30–1pm: Session 2
  • 1–2pm: Lunch
  • 2–3.30pm: Session 3
  • 3.45–5pm: Session 4
  • 6.30pm-8.30pm: Dinner

1. Upcoming Contributions

2. Implementation Stories, Challenges and Best Practices

3. Service Provider Stories, Challenges and Best Practices

1. Contribution and Volunteering

2. Vision of ERPNext

3. Role of the ERPNext Foundation

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