Scott Chacon venit, vidit, dixit 18.02.2013 22:29:
> 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
> discussed.
> I'm going to try doing something similar in the SF area in maybe 6-8
> months from this, assuming it's a success.
> Scott
> On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 1:17 PM, Jeff King <> wrote:
>> On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 09:52:34PM +0100, Thomas Rast wrote:
>>> Scott Chacon <> 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.
>>> [...]
>>> 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

Well, all days are listed as "sold out" on the eventbrite site. Maybe
it's because eventbrite has "trouble connecting to facebook" because I
"don't have facebook"?

I do plan to come (unless I'm out due to lack of an eventbrite ticket)
but will stay with family rather than at the Radisson Blu.

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