Submitted by kohsuke on Fri, 2012-09-28 15:13
Because the dinner looks popular, here's another last minute gathering for JUC San Francisco.
We'll have a small drink-up Saturday night at 21st Amendment (563 2nd Street), like from 6pm to whenever. If you are coming from out of town, you probably are around, so why not join us!
At least abayer, majost, and kohsuke should be there, and hopefully more. If you are coming, please leave a comment in this post so that we get the sense of who to expect!
Jenkins User Conference 2012 San Francisco is this weekend!
Based on the experience from the last year, we are going to make a reservation for a dinner after JUC. If you are interested in joining us, please RSVP. We haven't decided where to go, but we'll place a reservation somewhere (and if you know a good place to go, please tell us, too!), so that we won't have to spend 30 minutes on the street looking for a place for a crowd.
Eating is more fun when there are more people. Please join us!
As you may or may not know, the Jenkins project has a bi-weekly IRC meeting where we discuss and decide on things necessary to keep the project running.
Next Sunday, we'll bring this project meeting live to Jenkins User Conference San Francisco.
Since this is an unique opportunity to engage people who don't normally come to these meetings, I'd like to encourage everyone to propose agenda items and add it to the agenda page.
The Wiki page lists all the past meetings, so you can get a sense of what it is like. But this time, we hope to have a good number of users to the meeting, not just project insiders. So if you have things you'd like to get users feedback on, or if you like project insiders to update you on things, please don't hesitate to add them.
I still need to work on the logistics, but the plan is to do a cross-over with IRC --- I'd like to show the IRC client projected in the room, so that people in the room can see the conversation in IRC, and I'd like either real-time transcribing of voice conversations to IRC and/or live broadcasting of the room.
Jenkins User Conference is back to San Francisco after a world tour. The conference is on the 30th of this month (Sunday), which makes it back to back with JavaOne, just like the last year. This schedule allows the community people from all over the world to attend and talk, so you see speakers from different part of the world!