Hackathon Toronto, Apr 28, 2007
Hackathon Toronto, Apr 28, 2007: Revision 14
Welcome to the Workspace
This is the home page wiki for Hackathon Toronto, Saturday, April 28, 2007. Hackathon Toronto is now over, so the wiki will be frozen.
To edit this wiki, you will need to register an account by using the link in the upper-right hand corner of the page. Do not use a valuable password. You have the option of saving the password on the computer you are using, in which case you will not have to log in when you come back to the workspace. Once you have registered and logged in, the Register link will no longer be visible; it will be replaced by "Log out."
Please feel free to add or modify pages -- even this one -- as you see fit. That's the idea of a Workspace.
What is Hackathon Toronto?
A one-day, face-to-face, collective hacking session focused on Perl, Parrot and related open source programming projects. See Projects to see what we'll be hacking on or to add your own project.
Saturday, April 28, 2007, 9:00 am till you drop. (Follow-up: we dropped at about 6:00 pm.)
Indoor Playground, 364 Richmond St W (Richmond and Peter). See Location for maps and directions. The Indoor Playground is located on the 5th floor, Suite 503. For access to the building on the ground floor -- when you get to the front door call 647-838-6419. Someone will either come down to get you or can tell you the buzzcode for the building front door then. If the security guard is still on duty, please show some ID. P.S.: The elevator works!
Sign up on the Attendees page.
Because collective hacking is fun.
Communications (human, email, and computer)
Here's a list of Hackathon projects. Please note that the Hackathon is NOT just about Perl 6 and Parrot. Anyone who has a Perl project they'd like to work on is welcome. Feel free to add your own!
(We never got around to formulating a schedule. We just did it.)
√ marks people who participated in person.
(Please keep this in alphabetical order)
Thanks to Matt Rice and Richard Dice for help in arranging meeting space!
Thanks to Mark Dowds, major domo of the Indoor Playground, for making this great workspace available!
Thanks to Andy Lester for hosting the wiki.
Thanks to those who organized previous Perl hackathons that I've attended: Richard Dice and Matt Rice for the CGI::Application::Framework in Toronto in October 2005; Andy Lester and Pete Krawczyk for Hackathon Chicago in November 2006.
Lunch and Refreshments
Generously provided by Raybec Communications Inc.
First time at a Perl Hackathon? Got advice for new Hackathoners? Look at the Hackathon Attendees HOWTO and improve it if you can.