Hac Phi 2013, a Haskell hackathon/get-together, will be held June 7-9
at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.  The hackathon will
officially kick off at 2:30 Friday afternoon, and go until 5pm on
Sunday (with breaks for sleep, of course).  Last year's Hac Phi was a
lot of fun, drawing more than 30 Haskellers, and many people have
already expressed interest in coming back this year.  Everyone is
welcome - you do not have to be a Haskell guru.  Helping hack on
someone else's project could be a great way to increase your Haskell-fu.

If you plan on coming, please officially register [1].  Registration,
travel, lodging and many other details can be found on the Hac Phi
wiki [2].  This year, we are making a public list of attendees' names
and nicks - please let us know if you'd prefer not to be listed when
you register.

We're also looking for a few people interested in giving short (15-20
min.) talks, probably on Saturday afternoon.  Anything of interest to
the Haskell community is fair game - a project you've been working on,
a paper, a quick tutorial.  If you'd like to give a talk, add it on
the wiki [3].

Hope to see you in Philadelphia!

- The Hac Phi team
Brent Yorgey (byorgey)
Daniel Wagner (dmwit)
Chris Casinghino (ccasin)

[1] http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Hac_%CF%86/Register
[2] http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Hac_%CF%86
[3] http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Hac_%CF%86/Talks

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