MacPorts Meeting 2018
mojca at macports.org
Tue Dec 19 05:56:16 UTC 2017
First of all thanks to everyone who pre-registered.
The price quote I received from location where we had the meeting in
2016 is now prohibitively pricy (more than double), so we are now
actively searching for another place unless they decide to drop the
price considerably. I have a few locations in mind, but we'll try to
pick the best one ASAP.
One location with super tasty food and very friendly people is
"Penzion Sinji vrh" near Col, Ajdovščina which is a bit less than 2
hours driving from the Austrian border and a bit more than one hour
drive from Italy. It might still be covered by snow (but no ski
resort), but if you love strong wind and warm wooden stove for
brainstorming, this might be perfect. In case of bad weather there
might be problems with connectivity (on top of a hill in the middle of
nowhere). We would need to organize pickups since public
transportation is basically non-existant. But we'll keep searching
Based on responses we would be aiming at March, probably the second
half, so we need to hurry up with decisions anyway.
On 5 December 2017 at 14:41, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> Back in 2016 we had a really great developer meeting in Gozd Martuljek
> (Kranjska Gora, Slovenia). The number of attendants was relatively
> small, but this made the meeting even more intensive and successful.
> One of the "products" of the meeting was the current buildbot setup
> for example.
> We would like to repeat the great experience and hope to be able to
> attract attendants from overseas (whatever continent that means). The
> idea is to keep the meeting accessible with reasonable costs.
> If you are thinking of attending, please fill in this form:
> Most answers are optional, if you don't consider it worth spending
> time on them or if they don't matter to you, just skip them.
> I would like to see some core developers and heavy users to gather at
> the meeting and discuss the roadmap for further development; to take
> so time off the busy daily schedule to implement some most burning
> features during hands-on hacking sessions; learn from each other, ...
> and of course ... have lots of fun together. Newbies are of course
> welcome as well, even if you have never written any Portfile yourself
> yet (you'll have a chance to learn at the meeting).
> Apart from responding to the questionnaire you are welcome to respond
> to this email and have some further brainstorming on the mailing list.
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