Boston Summit 2007
The 7th Boston Summit will be held on Columbus Day Long Weekend (October 6-8) in Boston, MA, USA at the Royal Sonesta Hotel.
The Boston Summit is a three-day hackfest for GNOME developers and contributors. It is not primarily aimed at users or new contributors, but if you want to jump right into the deep end, it's a fantastic way to meet everyone and get involved. Unlike traditional conferences, the Boston Summit is all about getting developers together and getting things done. While there are some non-hacking sessions, they are geared heavily towards many-to-many, interactive discussion and planning, rather than one-to-many presentations.
Tell us you're coming - add your name to the list to let us know that you're planning to participate.
Places to stay - got a couch, or need one? Meet up with open-minde-- nevermind.
Venue information - getting there, parking, etc.
Beer Summit - after a hard day of hacking, kick back and relax at Flat Tops
It'll be held in a similar unconference style to last year, but with significantly more agitation for session proposals ahead of the event. We all sucked so badly in the mornings.
Propose a hackfest or BOF session - got a project to hack on or a plan to put in motion? Let us know!
Check the Royal Sonesta Hotel instruction, but in short, nearest T stop (subway, metro, ...) is Lechmere stop on the green line. There are shuttles from the airport to get to the T and essentially any other place in Boston.
During the conference, you can find attendees in #boston on irc.gnome.org, and might find the boston-social mailing list useful.