Our daily standups are at 10 AM CE(S)T. They usually take less than 15 minutes.
We see great value in PP, but we're still discovering how to do it better. ATM, we do it in an ad-hoc manner, via zoom. We don't yet have a defined process for it.
Another thing we are doing increasingly more is asking coworkers to "be your rubber duck": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubber_duck_debugging
We do 2-week SCRUM, customized to our remote and async way of working. Retros take us about an hour, planning a bit less. We do planning poker as (hidden-by-default) comments on stories, asyncrounously.
Here's a talk about how we deliver value continuously: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GZcW19c4GM
Here's a blog post on how we do staging: https://blog.niteo.co/staging-like-its-2019/
We subscribe to https://12factor.net/ mentality.
Over the years we have contributed (to) tens of Open Source projects. The most recent one is OpenAPIv3 integration with the Pyramid framework that we donated to the Pylons organization: https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid_openapi3
Every two weeks we hold a Deveopers Session, a kind of an Open Space via Zoom where everyone gets a chance to talk about the latest bug, library or approach they encountered. Or rant. Mostly rant :).
Everyone gets a budget to spend on books and courses. We encourage going to and cover expenses for conferences.