On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 7:13 AM, Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de> wrote:
> Hello users@,
> elego is presenting a small Subversion conference in June this year.
> I'm presenting!!!
My presentation is titled "Subverting Masters and Slaves, Binding them in
Cages, and Making Them Report Names and Addresses". I've had enough fun and
games with source control for DNS in the past few years that I figure it's
well worth a published case study of the integration subtleties. And I
really, really wanted to be able to use that title and make people blink.
> All developers who are working on the project in their own free time
> full sponsorship to be able to attend the hackathon. This is an opportunity
And it's appreciated hugely: I've been consulting lately, and corporate
sponsorship was out of the question.
> for us to thank these kind people for their voluntary efforts. By attending
> this event you are contributing to the fund that allows independent
> to travel to Berlin for a week and meet in person. We've also invited some
> new dev@ mailing list contributors to the hackathon, hoping to acquire
> talented fresh blood for a growing developer community.
I do owe some people some beer, too. My dad studied medicine there a long,
long time ago, I need to raise hima glass. And I want to have a long talk
with somone about the Python testing suite and getting the RPM packaging
cleared up in the main codeline.
> For information about the event's agenda and how to sign up, please see:
> We hope to see many of you in June!
> Berlin is (usually) lovely in June and an exciting place to visit.
> Stefan, on behalf of the entire elego team
I'm really looking forward to it. I'm hoping someone's worked through
kerberized access management for svn+ssh:// or svn:// access that I can
Received on 2012-05-03 13:49:03 CEST