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BSP in Salzburg, Austria - April 25-27 2014

Location, Date

Transportation

by plane

Reaching Salzburg by plane is easy - there are flights from all major (and even some smaller) cities in Europe to the Salzburg Airport W.A. Mozart. The BSP location is only a 2.2km walk or taxi drive away from the airport terminal.

In case flying to Salzburg is not an option you could fly to/from Munich Airport. From there you'll need about 3 hours by train via Salzburg HBF and bus to reach the BSP location.

by car

Reaching Salzburg and especially the BSP location by car is easy http://maps.google.at/maps?daddr=Karolingerstr.+36a,+Salzburg. If you come from Germany it is possible to reach the location without paying highway tolls by leaving the German A8 towards Bad Reichenhall and following the B20/B21 to Salzburg (use the 'Avoid tolls' option in Google Maps, for example).

by train

If you want to come to Salzburg by train your destination is Salzburg Main Station (Salzburg HBF). From there you either take a taxi (about 10-15 minutes, FIXME EUR) or the local bus (timetable, about 20 minutes, 2.10 EUR).

My personal recommendation would be to take one of the night trains which travel trough Salzburg.

by bus

  • Coming to Salzburg: Various coach services will bring you to Salzburg. If you live in the South and/or East of Austria, eurolines might be interesting for you. For travelling within Austria (and close to the border, for example to Bad Reichenhall) you could use the PostBus.

  • Travelling within Salzburg: http://www.stadtbus.at will have all the timetables for you. The bus stop next to the conova building is called 'Pressezentrum/Kugelhof'.

Accommodation

There will already be some tourists in Salzburg in April, so you might want to book early! There are various small towns and villages around Salzburg which might offer cheaper and not so crowded accommodations, don't hesitate to ask bzed@debian.org (bzed on OFTC and freenode) for details. Below we have some recommendations for your stay in Salzburg:

Please talk to BerndZeimetz if you need sponsored accommodation!

hotels

The following hotels are not sorted, especially not by price!

youth hostels

There are various hostels in the city - but as Salzburg will be crowded in June you might have to book early! To make it easier for you we've listed some hostels in alphabetical order below:

camping sites

Participants

ALL SEATS ARE OCCUPIED, FOOD IS ORDERED, BADGES PREPARED, NO ADDITIONAL VISITORS PLEASE

Please add your REAL name into the name column - we need to prepare visitors badges and the according paperwork.

Name

Email

Arrival

Departure

Accommodation needed

Notes

Veg. food

1.

Bernd Zeimetz

bzed@debian.org

Fri

Sun

No

Meat!

2.

Peter Palfrader

weasel

Fri

Sun

No

Meat!

3.

Stefan Bauer

stefan.bauer@cubewerk.de

Fri

Sun

No

nope!

4.

?Sebastian Ramacher

sramacher

Fri

Sun

No

meat

5.

Christian Kastner

debian@kvr.at

Sat

Sun

No

Meat!

6.

Sebastian Humenda

shumenda /at/ gmx /ddot/ de

Fri

Sun

yes

Meat

7.

Gerfried Fuchs

rhonda

Fri

Sun

Yes

Vegan

8.

Margarita Manterola

marga

Fri

Sun

Yes

Whatever

9.

?Maximiliano Curia

maxy

Fri

Sun

Yes

Whatever

10.

Florian Reitmeir

florian@reitmeir.org

Fri

Sun

No

Whatever

11.

EvgeniGolov

evgeni@d.o

Fri

Sun

Yes

Meat!

12.

Willi Mann

willi

Fri

So

No

Vegetarian

13.

Martin Zobel-Helas

zobel

Fri

Sun

Yes

meat!

14.

Tobias Frost

tobi_ät_coldtobi.de

Fri

Sat (early afternoon)

Yes

Whatever

15.

Constanze Stohn

conny

Fri

Sun

Nope

whatever

16.

Sebastian 'tokkee' Harl

tokkee

Fri

Sun

Nope

preprocessed (aka meat)

17.

Philipp Kern

pkern

Fri

Sun

no

nah

19.

Bernhard Weitzhofer

bernhard at weitzhofer org

Fri

Sun

no

whatever

19.

Martin Würtele

maxx@d.o

Sat

Sun

Whatever

20.

Johannes Brandstätter

jbrandst at 2ds eu

Fri

Sun

no

Whatever

21.

Andreas Stührk

andy@hammerhartes.de

Fri

Sun

no

Whatever

22.

Gudrun Schuchmann

g.schuchmann@gmail.com

Fri (evening)

Sun

yes

newbie

Meat

ALL SEATS ARE OCCUPIED, FOOD IS ORDERED, BADGES PREPARED, NO ADDITIONAL VISITORS PLEASE

Keysigning Party

Please submit your keys (armored pgp key block mailed to kspsbg2014@palfrader.org) until Thursday, noon.

Information about the "GreenCube" - our building

  • Do not enter empty/closed offices. We might kick you out of the company.

  • Please keep the front door closed. You need to ring the bell if you want to get into the house.
  • Smoking: NOT allowed in the whole building. Smoke detectors are in every room.

Group Photo

  • TBA - depending on the weather.

Networking

  • Please bring your own network cable if you don't want to use Wifi
  • WiFi will be available.

  • NEVER run dhcpd servers, radvd or similar things in the network. We'll hunt you down and squash you like a bug ;)

Bugs, Targets, Ideals

  • Please check if nobody else is working on a bug before you begin hacking!
  • Use #debian-bugs on the OFTC Network if more coordination is needed.

Sightseeing

If there is enough interest we will organize a sightseeing tour trough Salzburg on one afternoon, depending on the weather.

Catering

Food will be organized and sponsored by conova:

  • Friday:
    • Dinner: Leberkas (meat) & Buchteln (non-meat) & fruits (vegan)

  • Saturday:
    • (late) Breakfast: Semmeln, cheese, meat, Nutella, coffee .......
    • Schnitzel + Potatoes + Rice, bbq vegetables + potatoes (vegan), kaiserschmarrn (dessert and/or vegetarian food)
  • Sunday:
    • (late) Breakfast: Semmeln, cheese, meat, Nutella, coffee .......

Holidays in Salzburg or what to do before/after the BSP

Salzburg (the state) is the perfect place for short and long holidays. You can do all kinds of mountain sports and of course visit various museums, castles and so on. If you are interested to stay here for some days don't hesitate to ask BerndZeimetz for more information.

Paragliding

It is possible to organize a trial course in paragliding on Thursday or Monday if 6 or more persons are interested. Please let BerndZeimetz know in advance (at least 2 weeks before the BSP) if you are interested. Depends on the weather, of course.


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