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Let's open the Doodle and then we will be all able to put in the

As usual, the weekend where most of the people are available should be the
one chosen for the meeting.

On Fri, Oct 4, 2013 at 11:14 AM, Florian Effenberger <> wrote:


the last months have been, for various reasons, quite stressful for all of
us, but now that the years comes to its end, we all seem to be a bit more
relaxed. ;-)

I'd like to take the chance of planning an admin weekend in Munich, to
meet, discuss some important tasks, and do some concrete hands-on work
(most notably SaltStack).

Nothing fancy, I plan to meet at Café Netzwerk or the like, which is
nearby now for most of us. Guests and interested contributors are welcome,
of course, either remotely via conferencing, or onsite.

To the infra team: How would the next weekends look like for you in
general? Any weekends that do not work our for you, or are you flexible?
I'd like to setup a Doodle soon, and can take your feedback into account

Looking forward to hacking with you,

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