pkgsrcCon is the annual technical conference for people working on pkgsrc,
a framework for building over 14,000 open source software packages.
pkgsrc is the native package manager on NetBSD, SmartOS and Minix, and is portable across 22 different operating systems including Linux and Mac OS X.
Developers, contributors, and users are all welcome to attend.
We had lots of fun, thanks everyone for participating. Check out the slides and video recordings.
The pkgsrcCon 2015 takes place on Saturday () and Sunday (). On Saturday we'll start off with talks. The exact timetable of these will be decided at the event.
We'll have lunchbreaks at a convenient time between talks. There are plenty opportunities for good food around the venue.
On after the conference we'll have dinner at 3 Schwestern which is in walking distance.
To plan accordingly please let the organizer know if you are going to attend the social event and dinner on Saturday!
|Social Event||Fri||18:00 - open end||Pratergarten|
|Talks & Hacking||Sat||10:30 - 18:00||co.up|
|Dinner||Sat||19:00 - open end||3 Schwestern|
|Hacking||Sun||10:30 - 16:00||co.up|
On 155 sqm we'll have room for up to 40 people. Co.up also provides a projector and wi-fi. Cold drinks are available for 1,50€ (club mate, cola, uncaffeinated soft drinks, bottled water, beer).
The building is located behind a backyard. Enter through the the small gate at Adalbertstr. 5-6. Reach through the bars to turn the handle and make your way straight through the tunnel, left through a second tunnel and then straight past the bike rack until you see the door of our building, across from the mailboxes. If the door is closed ring at "co.up 3.OG".
If you have special accessibilty needs (like using the elevator, etc.), please let the organizer know how we can make your visit easier.
The conference is free and there are no tickets. Registration is also not mandatory, so you can just show up. But to help planning it would be greatly appreciated that you let the organizer know. Send an email to email@example.com and include details like:
Long distance buses arrive at the Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof (ZOB / Central Bus Station). Trains connect at Hauptbahnhof and Ostbahnhof. More details can be found at wikitravel.
While parking a car at Adalbertstraße is possible the space is limited. Getting around in Berlin is usually easier with public transport or by bike. To navigate on mobile phones the Citymapper App can be recommended for Android and Apple devices.