[Mono-announce-list] Agenda for the Mono meeting in Cambridge, MA.
Miguel de Icaza
Thu, 26 Feb 2004 14:36:09 -0500
* Mono meeting agenda.
The First Mono Developer Meeting in Cambridge Massachusetts.
The focus of this meeting is on the development of
Mono: architecture, development process, practices,
roadmap, tasks remaining to be done and areas for
contribution for new developers.
Anyone interested in meeting the Novell Mono team and
interested in Mono, C#, Gtk#, ASP.NET on Unix,
Dashboard and other related technologies.
This is the first time that the Mono team will meet
face to face, and it is a historical opportunity to
meet the whole group.
We prefer if you let us know that you are coming or
planning on coming, so we can make food and coffee
arrangements for everyone.
Please notify firstname.lastname@example.org about this.
Friday 5th and Saturday 6th of March 2004.
Residence Inn Boston Cambridge
6 Cambridge Center Cambridge, MA 02142 USA
Phone: 1 617-349-0700
Next to the Kendall T Stop on the Red Line.
The event will take place next to the Novell Offices in 8
Cambridge Center in Kendall Square.
8am Breakfast with the Mono Developers and Users.
10am Introduction to the meeting and Mono Project Introduction.
Introduction to the project, its structure, the contributors.
Presentation of the Mono developers in the room.
How is Mono being used at Novell.
11am Mono Project State: Mono and its Roadmap.
Presentation on the State of Mono today, and the
strategy that we are following to deliver Mono 1.0 and 1.2
2pm ASP.NET WebForms and Web Services: status and future work.
3pm break: talk to developers.
4pm Workshop: Developing Linux Desktop applications with
6pm Adjourn for the day: break out in groups for dinner.
8am breakfast, breakout work, talk to the developers.
11am Work-in-Progress session
People who come to the meeting present what they are
doing with Mono.
1pm Lunch break.
2pm Mono Challenges and Future Directions.
3pm Introduction to developing Linux applications with the
5pm Adjourn, break out to local restaurants.