29 March - 2 April 2014
Cape Town, South Africa and Munich, Germany
This sprint is coordinated with the Plone-Documentation-Sprint (also in Munich, March 26th - March 30th) and has a overlapping weekend for people interested in both.
The event is sponsored by the Plone Foundation and organised by Juizi.com (ZA), Syslab.com and Starzel.de (DE)
- Alexander Pilz, syslab.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and Philip Bauer, starzel.de, email@example.com (Munich)
- Johan Beyers, Juizi, firstname.lastname@example.org (Cape Town)
This sprint focuses on advancing Plone 5
The current list of essential TODOs for Plone 5 can be found here: https://github.com/plone/Products.CMFPlone/issues/184
- Finalizing of the new Plone 5-Theme
- Cleanup (formlib > z3cform, portal properties > p.a.registry, tools and skins > browserviews)
- plone.app.toolbar and the new folder-contents
We'll focus on the PLIPS accepted by the framework-team for Plone 5. The PLIPS are here: https://dev.plone.org/report/24.
Since we'll work on any tasks that are not yet done after the cathedral-sprint (http://www.coactivate.org/projects/cathedral-sprint-2014) this list is in no way final. As usual sprinters decide for themselves what they will sprint on.
Attendees Cape Town
[ name ] [ company ] [ dates ] [ % sure ]
- Johan Beyers, Juizi
- JC Brand, syslab.com, ?, ?%
[ name ] [ company ] [ dates ] [ % sure ]
- Philip Bauer, starzel.de, full sprint, 100%
- Steffen Lindner, starzel.de, full sprint, 100%
- Alexander Pilz, syslab.com, full sprint, 100%
- Wolfgang Thomas, syslab.com, full sprint, 100%
- Manuel Reinhardt, syslab.com full sprint, 100%
- Cillian de Roiste, syslab.com, full sprint, 100%
- Lennart Regebro, syslab.com full sprint 100%
- Alexander Loechel, LMU, partial, 100%
- Sven Strack, full sprint 100%
- Johannes Raggam, programmatic/BDA, SA-MO, 100%
- Daniel Widerin, full sprint, 90%
- Jens Klein, Klein & Partner KG, BDA, full sprint, 90%
- Paul Roeland, full sprint, 95%
- Gil Forcada, der Freitag, full sprint, 80%
- Robert Niederreiter, Squarewave Computing, BDA, 50%
- Patrick Gerken, Starzel, full sprint, 100%
Social Events and Food in Munich
- http://www.savanna-munich.com/ is the only African restaurant in Munich! It offers different menus, most of which is grill food, but there are also vegetarian food and fish dishes with good South African wines and a fun, safari-inspired decor. So if you are into crocodiles, tigers and elephants this is definitely a place to check out :-)))
- Sichuan Hot Pot at Fire Dragon (Paul-Heyse-Str. 29, http://www.firedragonlounge.de )
- Bavarian pork-inferno at Augustiner Bräustuben (Landsberger Straße 19, http://www.braeustuben.de )
- Great Vienamese Food at Restaurant Banyan (Goethestraße 68, http://www.banyan-restaurant.de )
- We will enjoy a great Goulash Soup and the traditional, Bavarian dish of White Sausages with Prezels and sweet Mustard, which will be served at the SYSLAB office.
- http://augustiner-klosterwirt.de/ has a great premise. The restaurant offers traditional Bavarian food, but also has vegetarian dishes.
- www.prinzmyshkin.de serves international and mainly vegetarian food. The restaurant has a Large premise and is located in the city Center.
- http://www.destina-muenchen.de/#logo is an Italian restaurant in downtown Munich (behind Marienplatz). The restaurant has a great premise and offers events for larger groups (up to 60 people ). The menu card is favorable with a large selection of different dishes and drinks.
- http://www.ohjulia.de/index.html Oh Julia is an Italian restaurant, located in downtown Munich. It has a favorable menu card with various dishes and also buffet ( average prices of 11 € for a dish).
- Lunchplaces near by SYSLAB.COM offices
- Good Restaurants:
- Zum Spöckmeier (Am Marienplatz) serves traditional Bavarian food
- Eating Bavarian in Munich Infos on local Bavarian and other good restaurants
- The top ten best German restaurants in Munich (10Best provides its users with original, unbiased and experiential travel content on top attractions, things to do, and restaurants for top destinations around the world. The team of the site consists of local experts, who live in the city they write about).
- The Michelin Guide to good restaurants in Munich (with directions)
- Cultural Events in Munich:
- http://www.culturall.info/ Everything about cultural events in Germany and Munich
- http://muenchen.de/int/en/ Official website of the city of Munich
- http://www.munich-touristinfo.de/ Munich Tourist Information
- http://www.discover-munich.Info/index.php Discover Munich
- http://www.munichfound.com/ Munich informed and entertaining platform for events city news and cultural life
- Munich Walk Tours:
- http://www.munichwalktours.de/en/beer-brewery-tour/ Beer and Brewery Tour
- http://www.munichwalktours.de/en/bavarian-food-tasting-viktualienmarkt/ Bavarian Food Tasting & Viktualienmarket
- http://www.munichwalktours.de/en/the-city-walk/ Night City Segway Tour
- http://www.munichwalktours.de/en/church-treasures-in-munich-2/Church Treasures in Munich
- http://www.munichwalktours.de/en/new-munich-3/ New Munich (Modern Architecture in Munich, contact website for an individual appointment)
- http://www.munichwalktours.de/en/the-city-walk/ The city Walk
- Good Ski resorts near Munich:
- Destination Munich Portal about popular ski resorts near Munich (Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Oberammergau, Lenggries e.g.)
- Muenchen.de Official city portal with infos and directions on alpine skiing in the outback of Munich
- Ski Holiday Search Best resorts for Munich Airport & Transfer Information
- Bavarian Alps Intro Provides infos on local skiing resorts in Munich and how to get there by car and by train
- Public MVV transport ticket information:
- From the Central Train Station (Hauptbahnhof): First go South on Bahnhofplatz / Luisenstr. against Bayerstr., continue along Bahnhofplatz (180 m), take the first turn right and go along Bayerstr. (170 m), Turn left and follow Goethestr. (350 m), take the second turn right and go along Landwehrstr., until you reach the destination on the right hand.Important: You have to enter the yard. (Outside you will se a sign with SYSLAB.COM). At the end of the yard, SYSLAB.COM lives in the basement of the large white building.
- Coming from Munich Airport (Franz Josef Strauss): Take S1 or S8 (whichever is the first to leave the station) with direction towards Munich Central Station. The trip will take about 40 minutes (and follow the instructions above). You can check the departure times here: www.mvv-muenchen.de The regional trains leave downstairs from the central area of the airport between terminal 1 and 2. Tickets are available from the machines on the ground floor and also at Terminal 2 at the end of the platform. If the size of the ticket fits the blue stamping machine, you must stamp it. If it has been generated in a newer machine, it should have a date and time on it, in which case it won´t fit in the slot and you don´t need to stamp it. Ticket prices: it is usually best to get a day pass ticket, if you are going to make any other journeys on the day of arrival. A day pass ticket for all area zones (necessary for the airport) costs 11,70 Euros for one adult OR 21,30 Euros for a Airport-City-Day-Ticket-Partner. A single (not a day ticket) for one adult costs 10,40 Euros. Kids under the age of 6 travel for free. Kids aged 6-14 pay 1,30 Euros for a single and 2,90 Euros for a day pass ticket. A Taxi costs around 55 Euros.
- Arrivals by Car: Our address is Landwehrstr. 60-62. We suggest that you use GPS or googlemaps (and follow the instructions above, when arriving in Landwehrstr.).
- Arrivals by Train: Follow the instructions above (from the Main Central Station).
- Arrivals by Bus: The ZOB (Central Bus Station) is conveniently located at the regional railway station Hackerbrücke. From here it is only one stop with the regional train (or a ten minute walk) to Munich Central Station, whereafter you just follow the instructions above. A single trip costs 1,30 Euros.
- Euro Youth Hotel - Dorm - 11-30 €, single rooms 34.50-60€, 100m from central station
- A&O Hostel - Dorm: 17.20€, twin room 33€, single room 50€
- 4 You Hostel - Mixed Dorm (with shared bathroom) 20 - 36 €, Twin room with shared bathroom 33 € per night
- Wombats City Hostel Mixed Dorm from 17-22 € per night
- Jaeger's Munich SIngle Private room 39 €, Mixed Dorm from 11-27 € per night
- Bed in Munich - private room from 37€ per night incl breakfast
- Pension am Nordbad Singleroom 43-48 Euro per night, Doubleroom 55-60 Euros per night
- Pension Fleischmann - Single room with shared shower 31 Euros per night, Double room with shared showers 42 Euros per night, Breakfast is included
- Hotel Montree - Single room from 50 Euros per night, double room from 60 Euros per night (without breakfast. Breakfast buffet costs 5 Euros per person)
- Ibis Muenchen City Nord - Prices for a single room from 75 Euros (extra charge for breakfast)
- Ibis München Parkstadt Schwabing - Prices for a single room from 72 Euros (extra charge for breakfast)
- Hotel Monaco - Prices for a single room from 85 Euros (extra charge for Breakfast of 8 Euros per Person)
- Hotel Hahn - Prices for a single room from 57 Euros (extra charge for Breakfast of 9 Euros per person)
- Hotel Erzgiesserei Europa - Prices for a single room from 99 Euros per night
- Holiday Inn Munich South - Prices for a single room from 63 Euros per night
- Four Points by Sheraton München Olympiapark - Prices for a single room from 84 Euros per night (Extra charge for Breakfast of 18 Euro per person)
- Arthotel Munich - Prices for a single room from 89 Euros per night (Breakfast included)
- Superior Hotel Präsident - Prices for a single room 94 Euros per night (Breakfast included)
Pensions and Bed & Breakfast:
Two-Three Star Hotels:
Four Star Hotels:
- Anybody interested in sharing an apartment not that far from sprint location from Sa to Mi? Approximately 25 to 40 Euro/Night, depends on the offers. Contact: email@example.com
Here is the page from the old 2013 Wine & Beer-Sprint: 2013