Dear NEST Users & Developers!
I would like to invite you to our next fortnightly Open NEST Developer
Video Conference, today
Monday 26 April, 11.30-12.30 CEST (UTC+2).
As usual, in the Project team round, a contact person of each team will
give a short statement summarizing ongoing work in the team and
cross-cutting points that need discussion among the teams. The remainder
of the meeting we would go into a more in-depth discussion of topics
that came up on the mailing list or that are suggested by the teams.
Today there will be an update and discussion about style guides for
documentation and code.
Review of NEST User Mailing List
Project team round
* NEST Documentation Style Guide (#1986
* Single vs double quotes for Python strings? See also this discussion
* Which well-established style guide to build on? See also this
The agenda for this meeting is also available online, see
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
We use a virtual conference room provided by DFN (Deutsches Forschungsnetz).
You can use the web client to connect. We however encourage everyone to
use a headset for better audio quality or even a proper video
conferencing system (see below) or software when available.
* Visit https://conf.dfn.de/webapp/conference/97938800
* Enter your name and allow your browser to use camera and microphone
* The conference does not need a PIN to join, just click join and you're in.
In case you see a dfnconf logo and the phrase "Auf den
Meetingveranstalter warten", just be patient, the meeting host needs to
join first (a voice will tell you).
How to log in with a video conferencing system, depends on you VC system
- Using the H.323 protocol (eg Polycom): vc.dfn.net##97938800 or
- Using the SIP protocol:firstname.lastname@example.org
- By telephone: +49-30-200-97938800
For those who do not have a video conference system or suitable
software, Polycom provides a pretty good free app for iOS and Android,
so you can join from your tablet (Polycom RealPresence Mobile, available
from AppStore/PlayStore). Note that firewalls may interfere with
videoconferencing in various and sometimes confusing ways.
For more technical information on logging in from various VC systems,