Europe, here I come!
I wrote my last exam on Tue night and We afternoon headed to the airport to get to Spain for the WebKitGtk hackfest
at the Igalia offices. At this time, stuck in Frankfurt airport after missing my connection.
After the hackfest I'm doing a mini tour of Western Europe, thanks to RailEurope. Mostly visiting friends and family. Currently looking like: Frankfurt -> Kassel -> Paris -> Brussels -> Amsterdam -> Hanover -> Berlin -> (Maybe) Zurich.
Looking forward to meet GNOME guys. And will blog about hackfest progression. Before you ask, my mandate for the event is to port WebKit to use the new HarfBuzz API.
Labels: gnome, harfbuzz, travel, webkit
Lazyweb: Conference organizing/scheduling software
What are the best Free Software conference orginizing / scheduling pieces of software?
We are looking for things more sophisticated than Drupal's conference module. Two years ago we used expectnation
, a kickass hosted service that Edd Dumbill
kindly offered to GUADEC free of charge. But we are looking to host our own within the GUADEC infrastructure now that we finally have started looking into building real infrastructure for running GUADEC website on an ongoing basis as opposed to rebuilding it from scratch every year.
So, please leave comments and share your experience. Thanks in advance.