In very short
Switzerland, Vaumarcus, at Le Camp
From Friday October 25th, 14h30 until Sunday October 27th, 17h30
- Anybody interested in Debian development is welcome.
- Two days of presentations, workshops and hacking!
Supporters and Sponsors
Thank you very much for making this miniDebConf possible!
Schedule, Registration and Talk Submissions
The Schedule is online now.
Registration is mandatory and happens through the Debian Wiki. It will stay open until October 20.
Talk submission is highly encouraged, and also happens through the Debian Wiki. It is closed now, but we still can accommodate some more lightning talks on Friday evening. To add a last minute lightning talk, please add yourself to the Schedule on Friday evening behind the other lightning talks.
How to get there
The address of the venue is
Route du Camp 7 2028 Vaumarcus Switzerland
It is reacheable by:
public transport (preferably); use the Swiss Federal Railways timetable (travel planner) with either
Concise, Camp de Vaumarcus With bus 630 either from Yverdon or Neuchâtel, with a final ~10 minute walk, climbing 60 meters in altitude
Vaumarcus; train from Yverdon or Neuchâtel, only 4 times a day during the week; with a final ~20 minute walk, climbing 90 meters in altitude
private vehicle; target the venue Parking
- The nearest airports are Geneva, Basel, Bern and Zürich.
For more information, see: How To Get There
miniDebConf Vaumarcus will only provide on-site accomodation.
We currently have all the Beausite building, which provides for 62 beds, with bedding provided:
1 2-beds room (reserved for special requests)
- 4 4-beds rooms
- 2 6-beds rooms
- 4 8-beds rooms
If need arises, we could rent more beds, so don't refrain from booking.
Although our intent is to accommodate everyone mostly in lower-density and single-gender rooms, the plan is to let attendees self-organize upon arrival.
Alternative accomodation will have to be organized by yourself.
What to bring
- Towel, soap and shampoo
Power adapter for your country to convert to Type J Swiss plugs (two-pins Type C are fine).
- A torch, especially if it is possible that you arrive after the sunset (you arrive in the middle of the fields)
Other useful things
- Ethernet cable, preferably long, if you plan to use wired networking
- Powerstrip/multi-way electrical adaptor
- Snacks and anything else you know you'll need during your stay (it's not easy to go out shopping)
- Backpack instead of wheel suitcase
- A warm pullover / rain coat / umbrella
- Table tennis racket
- IRC : #debian.ch on irc.debian.org
Mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org. The list is publically archived and subscription is open to everybody.
There is a Team .
For private inquiries, please contact Didier Raboud <email@example.com>
Be respectful - Code of conduct
Debian event organisers are committed to providing an event where all participants feel safe. All attendees are expected to treat all people and facilities with respect and help create a welcoming environment. If you notice behaviour that fails to meet this standard, please speak up and help to keep this event as respectful as we expect it to be.
If you are harassed and requests to stop are not successful, or notice a disrespectful environment, the organisers want to help. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will treat your request with dignity and confidentiality, investigate, and take whatever actions appropriate. We can provide information on security, emergency services, transportation, alternative accommodations, or whatever else may be necessary. If mediation is not successful, organisers reserve the right to to take action against those who do not cease unacceptable behaviour.