This weekend marked the first time a couple of developers and users finally shared a room and their faces with each other. We hope this was only be the first time, and will be repeated at least annually.
Our goal for this weekend was to connect names to faces, get to know each other and discuss the past and future of Serendipity. Seen from both viewpoints, users and developers.
Luckily, the kind people of the Linuxhotel in Essen (Germany) have a great offer for OpenSource projects like us: comfortable rooms, food, wifi and a special ambience for a price that is hard to beat. Thanks so much for having us!
Also, the city of Essen was a good middle ground for most of our people to meetup (from left to right):
- @supergarv (Developer)
- @ddeimeke (User and Supporter)
- BEA (User)
- @yellowled (Developer)
- @mattsches (Developer)
- @onliandone (Developer)
- @DerMario (User and Supporter)
- @Szlauszaf (User and Supporter/Developer)
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