October 11, 2013
The annual GNOME summit starts tomorrow. Contributors are gathering from around the world for four days of discussion and working sessions. Scheduled topics include Wayland, Boxes, and the GNOME continuous build system.
Traditionally held in Boston, this is the 13th GNOME summit, and the second to be held in Montréal.
The summit is an informal event and everyone is welcome. For those who are interested, there will be a happy hour community meetup with the Montreal Linux community on Saturday afternoon. More information can be found on the wiki.
Thanks to CRIM for hosting the event and Savoir-faire Linux for sponsoring. Thanks also to Red Hat for sponsoring the Sunday social event, and to Canonical for providing our hungry hackers with tea, coffee and bagels.