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Mini-debconf in Cambridge, UK. Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th November 2015

The Plan

  • 2 days for a mini-DebCamp (Thursday and Friday), with space for dedicated development / sprint / team meetings for up to 40 people

  • 2 days for a more regular mini-conf with space for more general talks, up to 100 people

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The Location

We have space provided by ARM at their offices in Cambridge, UK.

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Sponsors

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ARM are hosting the conference, providing infrastructure etc. for us.

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Codethink are sponsoring food for us.

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Collabora are sponsoring food for us.

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Cosworth are sponsoring equipment hire and shipping for us.

Getting there

Cambridge is easy for access by

  • Road (M11, A14)
  • Rail (45 mins to 1hr from London King's Cross station)
  • Air (30 minutes from Stansted Airport Code: STN)

Once you're in Cambridge, there there are several ways to get to ARM. It's a couple of miles from the city centre or railway station, so it's walkable if you're keen or you might prefer something else.

  • There are lots of taxis (if you need to call for one, Panther are normally good - +44 1223 715715)
  • There are regular bus services that go along Cherry Hinton Road straight past ARM - look for the C1 or C3.

  • There are also several companies offering cycle rental for easy travel around the city.

Accommodation

There are many Debian people who live in and around Cambridge, so we have lots of locals to help show people around and arrange free accommodation / crash space for a lot of visitors.

ARM is in the SE corner of Cambridge, next to Cherry Hinton, a couple of miles from Cambridge City centre.

If you'd prefer a hotel or B&B over dossing/crash space, here's a map showing accommodation locations and prices where known. No URLs yet.

There are 3 hotels and 18 B&Bs within reasonable distance. Mostly clustered on Cherry Hinton Rd, about halfway between ARM and the town centre. The closest hotel is the Holiday Inn Express but it's a km or so from any evening facilities. The Sorrento is about the same distance. Hotels are £66-100, B&Bs £40-55.

There are loads more (mostly expensive) hotels in the middle of town.

Catering

We're planning on eating at the ARM campus each lunchtime. On Thursday and Friday the normal ARM canteen will be open and there is a wide range of food on offer to suit most tastes.

On Saturday and Sunday we'll order in sandwiches, pizza or similar. There are plenty of shops within 10 minutes' walk if you would prefer to do something different, of course.

For other evenings, we'll most likely organise into smaller groups at the time - 40+ people in one pub is likely to be difficult! Cambridge is quite a cosmopolitan city with all sorts of restaurants - ask if you need recommendations.

Talk to us

We'll be using the IRC channel #debconf-cambridge on irc.debian.org for chat during the mini-conf, and especially for anybody watching video and wanting to join in. We're on Twitter; connect to us @?MiniDebConfCamb

Sprint sessions - Thursday and Friday

We will be hosting these in ARM3, rooms TBD. Each day we will have our room available from 09:00 to 17:00. Look for the front desk in the reception area at the front of ARM1; we'll have people there from 08:30 each day. Turn up and sign in directly in ARM1 please. BE AWARE that ARM is desperately short of parking space on site, so please do not plan to drive and park here for Thursday and Friday.

We will end up working on the ARM ports and other ARM-related topics at the very least, but there's no reason to just stick to those. All are welcome!

Details for the Video Team Sprint.

VMDebootstrap sprint.

Talks - Saturday and Sunday

We will relocate to ARM1 for the weekend sessions. Please turn up from 08:30 onwards. We'll have a front desk in the reception area there. Please be sure to bring your badges from Thursday/Friday again if you already have them. Parking should be easy over the weekend with a mostly-empty campus.

Talk slots are 60 minutes long, but talks should fit into 55 minutes maximum, including questions, demos, dance routines, whatever. If talks run shorter, we will leave a gap and stick to the schedule, for the sake of any external participants who might be watching via video feed.

If you have something you'd like to talk about but not big enough for a full slot, please feel free to sign up for a lightning session slot on either Saturday or Sunday lunchtime. If you're interesting enough you might even distract people from their lunch! :-)

If you have a talk idea, please mail Steve.

Video

We'll have some of the lovely DebConf video team with us again in Cambridge. Recordings of the talks will be available online after the event, and we're hoping to stream talks live too.

Lightning talks

TBD

Photos

If you take photos, please feel free to add links here yourself!

Participants

Please fill in the table below with your details, including if you're planning on joining us for the hack/sprint sessions on Thu/Fri, the talks on Sat/Sun or both. If you have any special food requirements, make sure you let us know so we can help plan for catering. Please list all people individually, no "+1"s as we'll be using the list here to generate name badges etc. If you're struggling to create a wiki account or to log in to add yourself here, please mail Steve and he'll help.

#

Name

E-Mail

Arrival

Departure

Confirmed

PGP ID

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

Food Needs

Notes

01

SteveMcIntyre

93sam@debian.org

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

587979573442684E

Y

Y

Y

Y

...

02

?JoMcIntyre

joanne@einval.com

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

Y

Y

Y

Y

...

03

?JonathanWiltshire

jmw@debian.org

Wed eve

Sun

Yes

0xD3524C51

Y

Y

Y

Y

some

04

ChrisBoot

debian@bootc.net

Wed eve

Sun

Yes

0xD9CEEEEE

Y

Y

Y

Y

no nuts

05

EdwardMacnaghten

eddy@edlsystems.com

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

N

N

Y

Y

06

BenHutchings

benh@debian.org

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

E7BFC8EC95861109

M

M

Y

Y

veggie

07

Sascha Steinbiss

sascha@steinbiss.name

Lives in Cambridge

No

0x04A3610B

N

N

Y

Y

08

Ivo De Decker

ivodd@debian.org

TBC

TBC

No

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

09

?DanielGlassey

wdg@debian.org

Lives in Cambridge

No

0xAF060C5A

M

M

Y

M

10

?MatthewDanish

mrd@debian.org

Lives in Cambridge

No

0x7B8BF08B

M

M

Y

Y

#

Name

E-Mail

Arrival

Departure

Confirmed

PGP ID

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

Food Needs

Notes

11

IainLearmonth

irl@debian.org

4th November

8th November

Yes

0xE9846C49

Y

Y

Y

Y

12

?StevenChamberlain

steven@pyro.eu.org

TBC

TBC

No

0xDFEFC134

?

?

Y

Y

13

ChrisLamb

lamby@debian.org

TBC

TBC

No

0xD4311E58

Y

Y

Y

Y

pescatarian

14

?ReubenThomas

rrt@sc3d.org

TBC

TBC

Almost certainly

0x3FD37230

N

N

Y

Y

any

15

Hector Oron

zumbi@debian.org

TBC

TBC

Almost certainly

Y

Y

Y

Y

any

16

Steve Capper

steven.capper@gmail.com

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

?F28981739A16F250

?

?

Y

Y

any

17

Francesca Ciceri

madamezou@debian.org

TBC

TBC

Almost certainly

0xD9D59F61

N

N

Y

Y

any

videoteam volunteer

18

AndySimpkins

rattusrattus@debian.org

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

BB41D45770EF06F7

Y

Y

Y

Y

I believe all my available crash space has been booked

19

Andy Cater

amacater@debian.org

TBC

TBC

Probably

0x22EF0F1F

Y

Y

Y

Y

20

LucyWayland

aardvark@fnord.org.uk

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

0xDD24BF75

Y

Y

Y

Y

Pescatarian

Gopher

#

Name

E-Mail

Arrival

Departure

Confirmed

PGP ID

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

Food Needs

Notes

21

StefanoRivera

stefanor@d.o

TBC

TBC

No

0xCD92D072

Y

Y

Y

Y

food

22

?EdwardBetts2

edward@4angle.com

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

0x8C63B92A

Y

Y

Y

Y

23

NeilWilliams

codehelp@debian.org

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

0x8143B682

Y

Y

Y

Y

...

24

Peter Palfrader

weasel@debian.org

TBC

TBC

Almost certainly

62AF4031C82E0039

N

M

Y

Y

yes

25

David Leggett

2015-11-04 (Late)

2015-11-09

Yes

0x69F70297

Y

Y

Y

Y

yes

26

Helen Griffiths

2015-11-04 (Late)

2015-11-09

Yes

0xDB12E542

Y

Y

Y

Y

Gluten free

27

Javi Merino

vicho@d.o

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

0x768d3824

Y

Y

Y

Y

28

Thomas Stewart

thomas@stewarts.org.uk

07/11/2015

08/11/2015

Yes

0xCD617CF2

N

N

Y

Y

any

29

Sam Morris

sam@robots.org.uk

7/11/2015

8/11/2015

Yes

0xD20B42025CDA27B9

N

N

Y

Y

-

30

Philip Hands

phil@hands.com

TBC

TBC

No

D04BA3A00125D5C0

?

?

Y

Y

-

#

Name

E-Mail

Arrival

Departure

Confirmed

PGP ID

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

Food Needs

Notes

31

ScottWakeling

scott@diskfish.org

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

0x1533BECF

Y

Y

Y

Y

...

32

LarsWirzenius

liw@liw.fi

2015-11-04

2015-11-08

Yes

Y

Y

Y

Y

diabetic

33

Holger Levsen

holger@d.o

TBC

TBC

No

Y

Y

Y

Y

pescatarian

34

Ian Campbell

ijc@d.o

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

0x79074FA8

Y

Y

N

N

None

35

David McBride

david+debian@dwm.me.uk

Lives in Cambridge

Yes

N

N

Y

Y

Omnivorous

36

Tiago Vaz

tiago@d.o

TBC

TBC

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

veggie

probably attending if videoteam sprint happens

37

DanielSilverstone

dsilvers@digital-scurf.org

Wed eve

Sun eve

Yes

3CCEBABE206C3B69

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

38

?VinceSanders

vince@debian.org

Live in Cambridge

-

Yes

CBD93B9E

Y

Y

Y

Y

veggie

39

Craig Thomas

craig@bush-meat.co.uk

Lives in Cambridge

No

N

Y

Y

Y

None

#

Name

E-Mail

Arrival

Departure

Confirmed

PGP ID

Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

Food Needs

Notes

40

Adam Barratt

adsb@d.o

Wed eve

Sun eve

Y

C5CE5DC2C542CD59

Y

Y

Y

Y

None

41

Jeff

via adsb

Wed eve

Sun eve

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Gluten free

Group photo


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