RedmineCamp » History » Version 9

Version 8 (Eric Davis, 2010-07-26 19:47) → Version 9/12 (Mischa The Evil, 2010-09-25 01:15)

h1. RedmineCamp

This page should serve as a first step towards a real-life meetup of Redmine contributors, plugin developers, users, and general enthusiasts.

h2. Goal

Have a first, then hopefully regular, meetups where we can meet in person, discuss, share ideas and code.

h2. Agenda

To be determined. General socializing and meeting in person would be great. Additionally, we could have the following:

* general Hacking, inspired "SuperHappyDevHouse":
* Bugmash
* Talks about Plugins, Use Cases, or other Redmine-related stuff, inspired by "Barcamp":

h2. Participants

Please enter your name if you'd generally like to attend. As we have no place and date set yet, this is just a general list to gather interest and maybe see which place we should host the event at.

|*Real name*|*Nickname*|*Location*|*Can come to the U.S.?*|*Can come to the E.U.?*|
|"Jan Schulz-Hofen":/users/347|yeahrock|Berlin, Germany|yes|yes|
|"Muntek Singh":/users/3103|khalsa|Houston, TX, USA|yes|maybe|
|"Holger Just":/users/2784|meineerde|Berlin, Germany|maybe|yes|
|"Felix Schäfer":/users/3866|thegcat|Dortmund, Germany, EU|maybe|yes|
|"Jochen Hayek":/users/17892|Jochen_Hayek|Berlin, Germany|maybe|yes|
|"Eric Davis":/users/5|edavis10|Portland, OR, USA|yes|maybe|

h2. Date

To be determined. Fall 2010?

h2. Place

To be determined. Hopefully, we can get an idea on the geographic once people have started entering their names in the [[RedmineCamp#Participants|list of participants]]. For now, the following people have offered a location to host the event:

|"James Turnbull":/users/851|"Puppet Turnbull":|"Puppet Labs Office":|Portland, OR, USA|
|"Jan Schulz-Hofen":/users/347|"ROCKET Schulz-Hofen":|"ROCKET RENTALS/Planio Office":|Berlin, Germany|

h2. Costs & Accomodation

Not clear yet. Maybe, some of the companies which earn money with Redmine can pitch in here and sponsor/cover some of the cost involved? I guess, for accomodation, we could use "airbnb": or "CouchSurfing": to keep costs low. Maybe local participants can also host a guest or two.