GTK+ Hackfest is over
So the GTK+ Hackfest really ended yesterday. I absolutely enjoyed having all you guys arround me. I am absolutely confident, that all the ideas collected and exchanged here will lead to some great GTK+ 3.0 release. It cannot be said often enough, but even in our highly connected world face-to-face meetings are invaluable for our work. This can be understand as invitation to order your tickets for Istanbul right now, if you are uncertain still.
The big BVG strick was a littlebit unfortunate - so we could not use all the U-Bahn stations arround us, to visit other exciting places. Well, but considering how exhausted many were at the end of the week, this reduced mobility probably was a good thing. We could have risked to party too much.
Guess I've learned alot about event organization during that week. Most importantly and as a hint for any successor: Next time I'll sleep on-site instead of driving 50km per day to sleep at home.
I have to thank Behdad for asking me to organize this event and Murray for allowing me to organize this on Openismus time. Thank you dad for helping with the chairs. Thank you Michael for being there on Wednesday. Thank you Ulrike and Marc-André your patience.