I’m back from Romania, where I had the pleasure of participating in the second annual eLiberatica conference, on open source, organized by Lucian Savluc, a fellow Vancouverite, with organizational support from ROSI, and with Zak’s assistance. It was a lot of fun, as well as a highly energizing event (which is hard when the base [...]
Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category
I’ll be heading out to Romania next week, to talk in Bucharest at eLiberatica about Mozilla and open source, and to learn about everything from open source in eastern Europe to food (always). I’ll also be visiting my grandfather’s hometown (Braşov) for a bit of personal root-digging. Should be fun, especially if I get rid [...]
Forgot to mention that I’ll be in Berlin Friday, and Hamburg Saturday-Tuesday, for the Calendar project face-to-face, along with Dan Mosedale, Bryan Clark, Mark Banner, and a bunch of the Calendar contributors. It should be a great meeting where we iron out a lot of the roadmap for Lightning/Thunderbird collaboration and integration.
I’ll be in the bay area this week starting tomorrow (tuesday) night until Friday evening. Let me know if you want to connect. I’ll be in Hamburg with a day-trip to Berlin April 18-23rd for the Calendar project face-to-face meeting. I’ll be in Bucharest for eLiberatica with a day-trip to Brasov around May 29-31st.
I’ll be in the Bay Area starting this evening for less than 24 hours (assuming no delays =). I’ll be there again Feb 4-8 for the CalConnect roundtable and other meetings. I’ll be in SF/Berkeley Feb 19-24 (but missing FOSDEM!). I’ll be heading to Hamburg, Germany sometime in April or thereabouts for the Calendar face-to-face [...]
Wide-open dopplr feed: In Mountain View from this Wed night till Saturday morning Back in California for CalConnect roughly around Feb 4-8 Unfortunately, I can’t make FOSDEM, which I was really looking forward to.
My current plans have me in Berkeley next monday (oct 8th) morning, SF in the afternoon, and down in Silicon Valley Tuesday through Thursday (oct 11th). I suspect I’ll be mostly booked during the days, but if someone wants to meet for dinner, late drinks or breakfast (!), let me know.
I’m in the bay area for 24 hours, just long enough to meet the folks at mozilla headquarters, have a few meetings, and participate in what should be an interesting new experience: a live interview with Mitchell Baker and Asa Dotzler on Air Mozilla, mozilla’s internet video outlet. In the future, I’ll try and make [...]