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Author's profile photo Craig Cmehil

SAP Community Report Live — Something Fun for Everyone for the March(ish) 2020 Meeting

For the last several months we’ve been hosting the SAP Community Report Live open call with all of you at the end of each month. Well for March(ish) we are actually going to shake it up a bit and team up again with the Developer Advocates — to provide a gathering that will give us all a much-needed chance to relax and connect.

As a community, we are all going through different things right now, and that’s challenging. In some cases, we can easily reach out for help; in other cases, we may feel like we’re on our own. But I like to think that as a collective group from around the globe we can always lean on each other for support — and, if nothing else, we can lend a sympathetic ear while we adjust to our changing world.

With that in mind, our next call will offer different opportunities for you to get what you need — whether it’s looking to expand your knowledge, educate your kids, or just enjoy a beverage with your peers.

We’re cordially inviting you — and for those of you with children, your kids (as we know many parents are home with them, due to school closures) — to SAP Community Report Live  on Thursday, April 2 starting at 16:30 CET.



Topic: SAP Community Report – Live March 2020
Time: Apr 2, 2020 04:30 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

As always, we’ll have a main room where can hang out and chat about SAP Community topics (although we’re going to loosen things up and encourage people to bring up other subjects too — as we all have a lot on our mind!). But our meeting platform also allows for breakout rooms, so you’ll  be able to hop into other areas where you can receive training (or have a few laughs!). We’ll even have a room for the youngsters.

Here are the options:

  • Main Room – Chat, talk, hangout
  • Breakout Room – Coding for Kids, an introduction to Scratch with DJ Adams
  • Breakout Room – Getting Started with Steampunk with Thomas Jung
  • Breakout Room – Happy Hour (for those of us in the appropriate timezone and of legal age)
  • Breakout Room – Adapting to virtual presentations with Timo Elliott

Between the main room and breakout sessions, we’re sure we’ll have something fun for everyone. So please save the date. We look forward to having you join us!

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      Author's profile photo Matthias Wild
      Matthias Wild

      Great announcement! Looking forward joining this community session 🙂

      For the start time: Will it be 16:30 summer time (GMT +2) or Central Europe standard time?


      Author's profile photo Craig Cmehil
      Craig Cmehil
      Blog Post Author

      CET Time

      Author's profile photo Matthias Wild
      Matthias Wild

      Hi, the updated announcement says 'Time: Apr 2, 2020 04:30 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna'.

      So it is CEST, not CET.

      // know-it-all mode off

      Author's profile photo Craig Cmehil
      Craig Cmehil
      Blog Post Author

      I'm still in the denial stage of daylight savings

      Author's profile photo DJ Adams
      DJ Adams

      I’m looking forward to hosting the “Coding for Kids” breakout room!

      Here’s some info for the parents: We’ll keep it super basic and friendly and open to all ages (I’ve taught Scratch to 6 year-olds in the past) and we’ll use the online Scratch environment (at to build a simple but fun game.

      You don’t have to register / sign-up for the environment but you can if you want (and it’s free).

      Oh, and I've prepared a couple of fish costumes (!) for use to use in the little Scratch game that we'll create together - download both images (open.png and closed.png) from here: .

      See you later!


      Author's profile photo Marina Pontjakova
      Marina Pontjakova

      It was sooo niiice to see you all and find out that everyone are healthy <3
      Stay safe, mentally strong and see you all next time.

      Author's profile photo Jerry Janda
      Jerry Janda

      It was nice seeing you too! I hope you'll join for some of those other calls I shared!


      Author's profile photo Marisa Sepulveda
      Marisa Sepulveda

      Thank you guys for organizing this event. It's has been funny and a great activity to end the day with. Please keep us updated on the next one. 🙂

      Author's profile photo Damir Majer
      Damir Majer

      Thanks for the event! Looking forward to next Live Community Report 😉

      Author's profile photo Daniel Wroblewski
      Daniel Wroblewski

      Do you record these?

      Author's profile photo Craig Cmehil
      Craig Cmehil
      Blog Post Author

      Some of the individual breakout rooms might be but as we are inviting kids to join we are not recording the general sessions.

      Author's profile photo Craig Cmehil
      Craig Cmehil
      Blog Post Author

      And Timo Elliott posted his recording,