They finally opened up registration for this today:
On Sonntag, 21. Februar 2010, Markus Krötzsch wrote:Change of plans: I will be in Berlin, Denny will be at the review.
> On Montag, 8. Februar 2010, jeroen De Dauw wrote:
> > Hey,
> > I think I'll go (not completely sure yet though).
> Denny and I will be at an important project review in Slovenia (for the
> ACTIVE project that funds our work on SMW) until Apr 15th, so it is rather
> unlikely that we can be in Berlin. Maybe one of us could make it for the
> 16th if the schedule of the dev days are such that this would make any
There does not seem to be a registration process/website yet. So if anyone
gets news of the status of this it would be great to drop a line on this list.
> > Cheers
> > --
> > Jeroen De Dauw
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> > From: Yaron Koren <email@example.com>
> > To: Semantic MediaWiki developers
> > <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Mon, February 8, 2010
> > 2:26:20 AM
> > Subject: [SMW-devel] MediaWiki Developer Meet-Up, April 14-16, Berlin
> > Hi,
> > For those who didn't hear about it, the 2nd annual MediaWiki Developer
> > Meet-Up (assuming it's meant to happen every year) is happening in the
> > same place as last year, in Berlin on April 14-16:
> > http://techblog.wikimedia.org/2010/02/tech_folk_will_again_meet_in_berlin
> > The focus for this one is "structured (meta) data, search, and community
> > building"; and I'd have to assume the first one of those relates either
> > somewhat or heavily to Semantic MediaWiki. So it would be cool if some
> > SMW-based developers showed up - I don't know if I can yet, by the way.
> > Is anybody else thinking of going?
> > By the way, the event last year became "sold out" just a few weeks after
> > it was announced - they only had room for about 50 people. I don't know
> > if they'll have room for more people this year, but it's probably worth
> > registering early.
> > -Yaron
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