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Acorn Arcade forums: Programming: NetSurf Developer Weekend
 
  NetSurf Developer Weekend
  nunfetishist (11:17 29/10/2012)
  Stoppers (07:41 30/10/2012)
    nunfetishist (09:14 30/10/2012)
      Stoppers (08:00 31/10/2012)
 
Rob Kendrick Message #121364, posted by nunfetishist at 11:17, 29/10/2012
nunfetishist
Today's phish is trout a la creme.

Posts: 522
Hi Guys,

We've not had a great deal of interest this time for our approximately
biannual NetSurf hackathon soirée. We still have room for a couple more
people. If you're interested in hacking on NetSurf, squashing bugs,
discussing future architecture directions, and going down the pub with
some of the developers, let us know by posting on one of our mailing
lists. (See the NetSurf website for details)
His original email follows:

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The next NetSurf Developer weekend will be taking place between 2nd
and 4th November in Cambridge, UK.

The rough plan is to arrive in Cambridge on Friday afternoon/evening
meet at the venue possibly have a social meetup. Return to the meeting
rooms on Saturday and Sunday and work on NetSurf with food and snack
breaks as required.

Collabora are going to sponsor the event by providing access to their
conference rooms.

The address of the location is:

Kett House
Station Rd
Cambridge CB1 2JH
United Kingdom

Google maps ref http://goo.gl/maps/F1CG and the location is very close
to the railway station.

For building security purposes all physical attendees *must* register
(send me an email at least a week before the event) with Name, email
and contact details.

Already Registered are:

John-Mark Bell
Daniel Silverstone
Rob Kendrick
Vincent Sanders

Assistance with accommodation is available and I have a vehicle for
collecting and dropping people off from wherever they are
staying. There are a limited number of parking spaces available at
Kett house if necessary.

If you would like to join us for what is usually a very productive and
enjoyable weekend please let me know as soon as you can.
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Simon Willcocks Message #121368, posted by Stoppers at 07:41, 30/10/2012, in reply to message #121364
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Too late to register, surely?
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Rob Kendrick Message #121369, posted by nunfetishist at 09:14, 30/10/2012, in reply to message #121368
nunfetishist
Today's phish is trout a la creme.

Posts: 522
Too late to register, surely?
If you're really quick, we might be able to squeeze you in. (Office security being the problem.)
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Simon Willcocks Message #121371, posted by Stoppers at 08:00, 31/10/2012, in reply to message #121369
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I'm tempted, but in the wrong country. Have fun, anyway.
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