Right now we have:

Dev day: 50
User day: 295
Hack day: 200

I'm not sure what the actual turnout will be, but it looks like it's
going to be pretty massive.  I wanted to go through the Dev day
signups and figure out if everyone really belongs there (is an actual
contributor to a core git project) but it's basically on the honor
system now.

If anyone on this list that should be there (Junio, Shawn, etc) wants
to attend and would like sponsorship for the flight/lodging, please
let me know.  We would love to have as many of the core people there
as possible.  I will also try to record everything and summarize as
much as I can after the fact, so if you can't attend it should still
be possible to get the general idea of what occurred and was

I'm going to try doing something similar in the SF area in maybe 6-8
months from this, assuming it's a success.


On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 1:17 PM, Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 09:52:34PM +0100, Thomas Rast wrote:
>> Scott Chacon <scha...@gmail.com> writes:
>> > We're starting off in Berlin, May 9-11th.  GitHub has secured
>> > conference space at the Radisson Blu Berlin for those days.  I have a
>> > smaller room for the first day so we can get 30-40 Git implementors
>> > together to talk about the future of Git and whatnot.
>> [...]
>> > http://git-merge.com/
>> So this has been fairly quiet -- is anyone else coming? :-)
> I am. I think Scott may have actual numbers, but my third-hand
> impression was that there have been a lot of signups.
> -Peff
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