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Welcome to the Berlin Plone social sprint 2014!

Plone social sprint 2014 berlin

When

September 8th-12th, 2014.

Where

Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (map: Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 1, 2 minutes walking distance from Friedrichstraße station) 

Hosts/sponsors

Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

What

This sprint will be mainly focused on two specific projects: plonesocial and ploneintranet and all its components.

Especially welcome are front-end gurus. Getting a polished UX is high priority.

Features:

  • Conversations (reply to a tweet) - backend 90% done, needs polishing and merging
  • @mentions - both inline and with a slick livesearch widget
  • #tagging - extend current functionality, also with a nice widget including suggestions
  • pluggable taxonomy support for hashtags
  • links, references and file attachments, including link/file preview
  • direct messages
  • notifications via web and email with control panel and digest option

Contacts:

Stefania Trabucchi and Gil Forcada 

Who

As things are being ironed out, please add yourself on the list of attendees, we are planning for around 20 persons, if we get more than that we will see what to do:

Add yourself: Name Surname, company, how sure are you about making to the sprint

  1.  Gil Forcada, der Freitag, 100%
  2. Guido Stevens, Cosent, 100%
  3. Héctor Velarde, Simples Consultoria, (remotely)
  4. Stefania Trabucchi, Trabucchi Media Services 100%
  5. Vincenzo Barone, Abstract , 100% if first or second week of September 
  6. Maik Derstappen, derico, 100% (dropped)     
  7. Adam Castle, RIPE NCC, Monday - Thursday
  8. Lewis Dexter Litanzios, Netsight, 100% (2014/09/08-12)
  9. Adrian White, Netsight, 100% only second week of September
  10. Oscar Arias Farrera VNC-Virtual Network Consult, 100%
  11. Bogdan Girman, der Freitag, 100%
  12. Maurizio Delmonte, Abstract , 75%
  13. Ben Ackland, Netsight, first 3 days (8-10 September inclusive)
  14. Armin Stroß-Radschinski, acsr industrialdesign, 50% (dropped)
  15. Jascha Silbermann, Bika / JSICS, 75%
  16. Andrew Mleczko, RedTurtle, 100% (Mon-Wed)
  17. Roel Bruggink, Four Digits, 100%
  18. Jan Kosok, der Freitag, 100%
  19. Student Humboldt-Universität, 100%
  20. Student Humboldt-Universität, 100%
  21. Student Humboldt-Universität, 100% 
  22.  

Social activities

To fully enjoy Berlin, some sight seeings are planned, see below:

Monday

We will enjoy a dinner at a Biergarten, specifically Prater, the oldest Biergarten in town. Address: Kastanienallee 7-9

How to get there: just pick either trams M1 or 12 direction not Am Kupfergraben (both M1 and 12 end there, which is actually next to Fredrichstrasse, but have 3 different endings on the other way). Stop at Eberswalder strasse. It takes less than 20 minutes and you get to enjoy Berlin from the street :)

Veggie note: is a bier garden so do not expect much vegeterian food. Fortunately is Kastanienallee, one of the best streets where to find places to eat in Berlin.

Tuesday

We go on a trip to Potsdam (not to confuse with Postdamer platz!). More details to come, but Einstein will be quoted several times.

Wednesday

TBA Something about a ship, but have to be confirmed...

Thursday

Good Italian food in Berlin? Yes, definitely, more details to follow.

Friday

Nothing planned right now, we will see how many are we and go by probably (rest assured that there are thousand wonderful places in Berlin ;)

Locks needed ;-)

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