Just a straw poll of interest here.
If we did a W3C workshop on federation and ActivityPub, would you want to attend? Is it something you'd be willing to travel for?
@cwebber YES. Of course it all depends on when, where, and cost. But my interest is certainly piqued.
I probably wouldn't travel, but I would love to see videos and the curriculum afterwards.
I would consider participating remotely
@cwebber Yes, but only remotely.
@cwebber if definitely be interested. Traveling depends on the cost of the conference itself
@cwebber I'd definitely do something remotely, similar to the recent HashiCorp remote conference.
I would be totally interested, remote only though
@cwebber Probably better to do talks at existing conferences. I bet the infosec community would be pretty interested, as they tend to like decentralization / privacy. B-Sides is a good organization with lots of local conferences- from there building a fedi-focused conference could happen.
@cwebber Will be interested in attending, on site or remotely.
@cwebber i would love to attend if it was within a reasonable distance of travel! this probably means somewhere in america for me but obviously some places are easier then others
@cwebber yes, I would
@cwebber remotely, but not travel.
@cwebber depending on where it'd be
@cwebber Yes, if I happen to be in the same country. Where will this take place?
@cwebber Yes but only remotely. I do not have a passport.
@cwebber Yes and yes.
Yes, but would depend on what, where and when. Mainly would be interested in an implementation hack-a-thon.
@cwebber if it is in Europe somewhere I'd consider attending.
@cwebber I don't have the capability to travel much, but if the workshop was posted online, I'd definitely watch it.
@cwebber If you had waited one day you could make it an interactive poll...