remoteStorage

remoteStorage Hack Day, Sep 13, Berlin (JSFest edition)

We’re participating in JSFest Berlin with a very special remoteStorage Hack Day.

Come join us at the 5apps Rebel Base a.k.a. the “ganzoben” office (Moritzplatz, Kreuzberg) for a day of learning about and hacking on integrating remoteStorage in your client-side JavaScript apps!

5apps is sponsoring lunch snacks, drinks and venue.

Please RSVP on Lanyrd, so we know how many people to expect: http://lanyrd.com/2014/remotestorage/

Cool, I plan to be in Berlin around that time to meet a friend, will try to extend my stay to connect the two.

You should stay the whole week, and especially for giving a short talk about Sockethub on Tuesday: http://jsfest.berlin/

We’re still fleshing out the details for that one, which is why there’s no forum post yet.

Yeah I think I’ll come up the weekend of the 6-7th and stay all week. Just sorting out my travel schedule now.

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The link on http://jsfest.berlin/ still links to this thread. Should we create a lanyrd event for it?

Co-hosted in Lisbon: http://www.pierre-o.fr/presentations/remotestorage/#/ https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/unhosted/onKgqn2ddvk

ah, the lanyrd page exists http://lanyrd.com/2014/remotestorage/ but the link on http://jsfest.berlin/ is still wrong. Pull request sent!

Why is the link wrong? It intentionally linked to the forums, because there’s more information here.

oops! :confused: Looked like a mistake when I saw it, sorry.

If/when we “claim” the event on Lanyrd, we can add a description text.

Our friends in Lisbon, who will do a satellite event on that same day, have put up an Etherpad. Everybody can add ideas and notes:

http://lite2.framapad.org/p/remotestorage-hackathon

Updated the pad with a rough schedule for the Berlin event.

We can communicate between Berlin and Lisbon via irc!

And maybe get a video connection for the result presentations? We’ll present results 17:00-18:00 Berlin time (so 16:00-17:00 Lisbon time)

Elf set up a page where you can quickly add the stuff you’re working on: http://rshackday.hackdash.org/