Am 20.09.2013 11:04, schrieb Italo Vignoli:
During the conference, there will be two hackatons on Wednesday and
Thursday night, from 7:30PM to midnight, with code, food, drinks and
fun. They are sponsored by CloudOn and Google.
They will happen in a different location (details will be provided),
some 900 metres from the Department of Computer Science (easy walk).
The location accommodates 60 people, plus some staff to coordinate.
I kindly ask all the registered participants to book in advance their
place (otherwise: no seat, no table, no wifi, no food, no drinks).
This will help in managing the participation, should there be more
people than places. Be sure that there will be a place for you on one of
the two hackatons.
Please reply to this email showing your preferences:
Wednesday 25: CloudOn Hackaton, focused on OOXML interoperability
Thursday 26: Google Hackaton, focused on desktop
Please be advised that without registration the organization will decide
if possible count me in for both.
If only one is possible I'd prefer the later one.
Andreas Mantke <email@example.com>
Twitter: @andreaslibo Skype: andreaslibo
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