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Re: FOSDEM Aftermath - the Dev-Room

From: Nicolas Roard
Subject: Re: FOSDEM Aftermath - the Dev-Room
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 15:18:35 +0000

On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 2:18 PM, address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 16 Feb., 14:28, David Chisnall <address@hidden> wrote:
>> On 16 Feb 2009, at 07:42, address@hidden wrote:
>> > Plus having more such developer weekends (Hackathon, WLAN party, etc.)
>> > to make coordinated progress. I think trying to squeeze both into a
>> > single activity doesn't work (although it is attractive for us to
>> > reduce travelling expenses).
>> > Who volunteers to organize the next "${mountain}STEP"?
>> Just a reminder that the next √Čtoil√© Hackathon is the 12-15th of May
>> in Swansea.  Now that the pound's collapsed, the UK is very cheap for
>> people from Europe to visit (and Swansea is very cheap relative to the
>> rest of the UK).  It would be really great to have a GNUstep presence
>> at this hackathon, and maybe spend some time getting Camaelon merged /
>> updated to the latest GNUstep interfaces.
>> David
> Interesting idea to extend it to a GNUstep meeting (to discuss e.g.
> Obj-C 2.0). The only point is how to get there easily.
> Is there a good (and cheap) train connection from Gatwick or Heathrow?
> Or is it easier to reach through Dublin + Ferry?

>From gatwick, the best way is to take the gatwick express to london
victoria (~30mn) then a train from london paddington to swansea (there
are direct ones, ~3h).

>From heathrow, you can take the train directly (~3:45h, 1 changement).

>From both gatwick and heathrow you could also take the bus.

Infos for the trains:

Infos for the bus:

Nicolas Roard
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