Break into groups of 4-8 ppl where each group contains at least two different projects.
Each project explains their project’s design to the others.
Reconvene everyone and give a quick round table where each group says one thing they learned about each project?
As a precursor to the next activity, one member of each project briefly outlines the contribution process for her project.
(e.g. Sawtooth: meaningful Chris Beam commit message, …; Fabric: jira, commit with jira ID, …)
Each participant has brought a couple bugs or small enhancement areas.
Using the same groups, pair up to submit a PR to each project in that group (e.g. Fabric maintainers submit to Iroha, and Iroha submits a PR to Fabric).
What was good or bad about the other project's PR process?
What process step would be good you take from another project or remove from yours?
(Keeping in the same groups? Or reshuffle groups?)
Create a short list (1-3) of bite sized integration projects for tomorrow.
May use some of the ideas already on the wiki agenda brainstorm list.
Each group pitches their ideas to the whole assembly.
Select activities and form hacking teams.
Break after some period and do a direction check.