Meet-ups are a great way for the community to meet face-to-face. 

We encourage anyone from the community to host a meet-up. If you would like to host, please follow the steps below: 

  1. Send an email to voicing your intent and welcoming guest speakers
  2. Create the meet-up event and announce / advertise it on: 
    1. Twitter
    2. Meetup / Mailing lists
  3. We will also help promote your meetup through word of mouth, and other channels


You are free to organize the meetup the way you want, or follow the below template: 


  • Meet and greet
  • Talks : 3 speakers :  20 mins including Q&A (e.g. 15 mins talk + 5 mins Q&A)
    • 1 Host Speaker
    • 2 Guest Speakers
  • Project Announcements
    • Updates on the project and roadmap 
    • Q/A for the committers project team
  • Breakout Sessions (Optional)
  • Open Q & A, Community Announcements
    • Community open mic, step up and make announcements if you're recruiting, looking for help, planning on working on a feature, etc.

Video Streaming & Recording

Knowledge shared at an meet-up is only useful if it is streamed (to reach our geographically distributed community) and if it is recorded (to help newbies).You can place a link to the recorded video on Gobblin Links

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