Invitation to the MacPorts Meeting in Slovenia from the 13-17th of March 2016
mojca at macports.org
Wed Mar 2 05:11:58 PST 2016
Dear fellow users and developers,
We would like to remind you that there are only 10 days left before
the MacPorts meeting starts, so that you can start warming up.
Preliminary programme is available on the website:
Even if you will not able to join us, please let us know if you have
any additional burning issues that you would like us to discuss or
If you are still thinking about joining ... you are warmly welcome to
join us on a wonderful tour to the heart of MacPorts.
See you in Gozd Martuljek,
Mojca & Aljaž
(If there are any developers that would like to be virtually present
at some discussions, please write me a private email with your Skype
username, timezone [or rather acceptable timing expressed in UTC], the
session[s] you are particularly interested in and the reason to join.
I won't promise anything at all, but in case the circumstances would
allow, we could potentially host a tiny number of virtual guests.)
On 9 December 2015 at 23:00, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> Dear MacPorts users and developers,
> We are happy to announce a MacPorts Meeting taking place in Gozd
> Martuljek in Slovenia (next to Italy & Austria) between the 13th and
> 17th of March 2016.
> Registration form:
> A MacPorts meeting would be an excellent opportunity to meet fellow
> port developers face-to-face, to brainstorm ideas together, agree
> about priorities of future development, decrease the number of open
> tickets, put your heads together and finally code (or force someone to
> code) those hacks that you never had time to or knew how to implement.
> This should also be an excellent opportunity for anyone who would like
> to learn more about development of packages/port for the Mac. Or maybe
> you are a devoted user or a developer of some software package that
> doesn't have a package on Mac yet and you would like some help?
> We need your input (and your presence at the meeting) to put together
> a wonderful program, packed with a mixture of interesting talks,
> round-table discussions, brainstorming sessions, hacking sessions late
> in the night next to a fireplace of a tile stove ... possibly while
> your kids have a snowball fight just outside of the house. The
> location is suitable for family holidays.
> Feel free to contact me and Aljaž with any further questions (or keep
> the questions that are of general interest on the macports-dev mailing
> Mojca & Aljaž
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