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Debian SunCamp 2017



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After last year's resounding (but small) success, DSC comes back this May!

Winter is coming to an end in the Northern Hemisphere, we are all in
desperate need of some sunshine. We also want to meet again with our
Debian buddies, discuss ideas, and work on new projects. Why not combine
both?

Imagine being in a small town by the coast, hacking next to the swimming
pool, deciding your team's plans over a drink, or plotting with your
cabal in the sauna. Maybe combining this with a family holiday.

If this sounds tempting, then come to Debian SunCamp 2017, a 4 day
hacking and socialising event for Debian people.

Debian SunCamp (DSC for short) is not a conference, or a MiniConf, it is
more like a DIY DebCamp. We want it to be relaxed, fun, and creative: we
provide the space, anything else is up to you!

There will be no talks programme, but if you want to prepare a talk you
can do that too, it's DIY!


  Debian SunCamp 2017

  Lloret de Mar, Girona province, Catalonia, Spain
  May 18-21, 2017
  https://wiki.debian.org/DebianEvents/Europe/2017/DSC


How to register
- ---------------

You will need to book your own room, so put your name in the wiki
page[1], and start looking for room mates!

In a few days we will be sending detailed instructions to the people in
the wiki, along with the booking code.
We also encourage you to subscribe to the mailing list[2] (the list says
2016, we are keeping the same as last year).

Additionally, there is an IRC channel #SunCamp at irc.debian.org/OFTC.


[1]: https://wiki.debian.org/DebianEvents/Europe/2017/DSC
[2]: https://france.debian.net/mailman/listinfo/dsc2016


Tincho.
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