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Re: [Taler] GNUnet Hacker Meeting Summer 2020

From: t3sserakt
Subject: Re: [Taler] GNUnet Hacker Meeting Summer 2020
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2020 15:31:48 +0100
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I like the idea to "start" at cosin, and end at the 21th. Where the 21th
is the day we clean up and leave the place.

Is there any web page (or any other source for pictures, coordinates,
etc.) of that castle place?



On 20.02.2020 16:20, sva wrote:
> Quick notes regarding dates:
> - 12. June - 14. June 2020 is cosin.ch, would be good if that doesn't
> overlap - although in both cases (decentrale or castle) the meet could
> "start" at cosin, too.
> - 24.june. – 28.june.2020 is fusion festival, which used to be a problem
> for (very) few of this list.
> - 25.-28.June is world social forum, but so far we didnt get any
> feedback from those folks so maybe nothing will happen there anyway from
> our side
> Any other constraints?
> Reg venue I am fine with both, aka indifferent.
> Cheers,
> sva.
> On 20/02/2020 14:53, Christian Grothoff wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> It's time to start planning a bit for the GNUnet Hacker meeting this
>> Summer in Switzerland. I'm CC'ing the Taler list as Taler hackers are
>> obviously particularly welcome, too ;-).
>> Looking at _my_ schedule, anytime from June 13-28 should do, possibly
>> even a few days longer depending on when my exams will be.
>> ACTION: Please send me your availability and preferences if you are
>> considering to attend (preferably off list).
>> Also, we may have the choice of two venues, the well-known
>> Decentrale.ch, at a cost of CHF 20/day + food high up in the Jura, or a
>> castle (my understanding is we'd only pay for our food) near a lake near
>> Freiburg (CH).  I believe both can work about equally well in terms of
>> our meeting requirements (Internet, presentations, multiple rooms for
>> separate discussions, etc.).
>> In the summer the Decentrale has the advantage of it likely being
>> colder, while the castle the advantage of being next to a lake
>> (swimming!). Decentrale is easier to get to by public transit, the
>> castle requires a pick-up or a modest (no mountain!) hike. Both have
>> cooking facilities, Decentrale is vegan, the other one is unrestricted.
>> Also, they have about equal capacity, and I'll have to check with both
>> about final availability once we've settled on the dates.
>> ACTION: Please include your preference for castle or decentrale in your
>> message, again assuming you would like to attend.
>> I plan to collect replies until March 1st, then check for final
>> availability of the place(s) and maybe we can discuss the results on
>> March 3rd in the GNUnet Mumble. Afterwards, I'll try to announce the result.
>> Note that responding or not responding is not assumed to commit you in
>> any way to attending or not attending --- it just means your preferences
>> will or won't be considered.
>> Happy hacking!
>> Christian

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