With some cancellations as of late, there is plenty of room left - the location is rather good and it’s looking to become a rather warm summer as well.
You never know with weather, but:
and the French Riviera the coldest. ouch.
Almost exactly year ago at the same time
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Updated pricing information:
Cost of accommodation will be 45€ per person per night, capping at 250€ per person per week.
HI, @Rotonen are there still bedplaces left from 2.-3.7.? I might be able to come there for one superproductive day (monday-afternoon to tuesday-afternoon). Though I cannot produce (working) lines of code (except CSS), I might do some other work, like fetch more sausages from a local shop or keep the sauna warm or smack down mosquitoes so others can better concentrate to programming. I could do some Plone-related stuff like Plone 5 tutorial videos or write a success story for Plone.org or something like that.
@rioksane in the lack of participants I’ve repurposed the venue for an another (non-tech) community this year.
I’ll still be tackling test runtimes on-site myself, though.
OK, too bad
And I’ll just stay at our air-conditioned office this time then. Next week should be nice and warm despite all the bad press about weather above
What a pity! Although I cannot come I’d have loved to. Also, that would have been a perfect python 3 porting sprint.
Next time maybe…
If someone else brings the people next year, I’ll get the location.
One thing to note so far is 3.7 being a no-go on very fundamental levels like not working with zope.testrunner.
Results look very green! Look at the error message of the 3.7 run, might not impossible to fix within an acceptable timeframe. https://travis-ci.org/zopefoundation/zope.testrunner/jobs/399534051
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