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1st. "AlpenStep" / GNUstep EDM: What it is about
During FOSDEM 2007 it was felt that we need a separate GNUstep developer's meeting so that we all have the time to go through ideas, discuss, present, decide, plan future aspects without being in three places at the same time.
A thread started on the discussion list http://groups.google.de/group/gnu.gnustep.discuss/browse_frm/thread/852d2f0686d1e64e/cf6d877685630896 shows a lot of interest in such a meeting.
So, let's make nails with heads and have GSFun, GSHack and maybe GSHike!
Hotel des Marécottes, Les Marécottes, Valais,Switzerland
Getting there: http://www.marecottes.ch/acces.php?voir=&lang=eng
We hope that we can keep accomodation cost low. 85 CHF per person with "demi pension" (breakfast and dinner) for workshop participants.
The accomodation is shared, but definitely better than the youth hostel. There is one apartment with four beds, two rooms with double beds and two singles available at this time.
This is a family run small hotel, which is well kept. The food is simple but good (large buffet breakfast). The hotel is 5 minutes walk from the narrow gauge railway station. It has ADSL internet connection (wireless) available for us to use. The breakfast room (bright north east mountain view) will be available for our workshop.
There is a vegetarian restaurant (macrobiotic) for those interested which is a twenty minute walk away (flat). This might be a good idea for lunch: http://www.biohotels.info/e/15436/accomodation_bio
A gnustep cake of dark and white chocolate will be invented for participants pleasure.
For those interested in art, there is the Gianadda museum http://www.gianadda.ch/ in Martigny (thirty minutes by train) from the hotel. The exposition will be
Marc Chagall, Entre ciel et terre 6 July – 19 November 2007
They also have an automobile museum.
For those more outdoor oriented, there are lots of possibilities for hiking, canyoning as well as the train (goes to Chamonix).
We will also be a ten minutes walk from a fantastic swimming pool and local zoo. Some photos are here: http://www.marecottes.ch/galerie_sports.php so bring your bathing suit!
For train travel the following site in english helps you choose your connections (2 hours from Geneva): http://www.sbb.ch/en/index.htm
To reduce travel cost, we can try to do car sharing.
A lot of sponsorship for accommodation support for students and other participants who have demand would be very welcome!
For those wanting to spend a day or two in Geneva either before or after the workshop, should contact Gerold Rupprecht at geroldr at bluewin dot ch
The workshop is scheduled for
Saturday 1. September 15:00 - Sunday 2. September 15:00
Everybody who thinks he/she can contribute to the development of GNUstep is welcome!
Note: development is more than coding - it includes bug reporting, documentation, etc.
(Please add yourself or write a note to gnustep.discuss)
- Fred Kiefer -to be confirmed
- Gerold Rupprecht -confirmed
- Gürkan Sengün -confirmed
- Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf
- M J Ray
- Nicolas Roard -confirmed (2 persons)
- Nikolaus Schaller -confirmed
- Quentin Mathé
- Riccardo Mottola -to be confirmed
- Richard Frith-Macdonald - interested, but most probably not
- Roland Schwingel
- Sašo Kiselkov
- Collection of Topics to discuss and finally fix the GSAgenda based on wishes from the GSRealParticipants
- Planning for FOSDEM 2008
- Demonstrations, Talks, Discussions, Fun
Topics from the mail discussion:
- how to make/plan/verify new releases
- news on Cairo backend
- SimpleWebKit status, issues, missing parts in GNUstep Base and GUI
- how to attract new developers and users?
- organization for FOSDEM 2008 + participation in other OSS / Linux events
- how to handle ObjC-2.0 and new features of OS X 10.5?
- Hacking session(s)
If the selected location permits: private extension of the stay for e.g. hiking tours...