The European GNU Hackers meeting took place this weekend in the Hague. Two days of talks about GNU projects, nearly 50 hackers, prodigiuous amounts of coffee, and exotic food. All followed by two days of coding for those who stayed on Monday and Tuesday.
Thanks to Andy Wingo of GNU Guile for organising it (and having the supernatural ability to walk into a restaurant and get a table for 40 people) and the Revelation Hackspace of Den Haag for the great venue.
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Check out Neal Walfield’s blog for the “official” group photo.
Free distro hacking at the GNU hackers meeting, foreground left to right, Karl Goetz (gNewSense) and Denis Jaromil (dyne:bolic)
Discussion at the GNU hackers meeting, Christian Grothoff, Neal Walfield, Werner Koch and Marcus Brinkmann
Discussion at the GNU hackers meeting, Bruno Haible and Simon Josefsson