Meeting face to face with Nextclouders has been our priority since we kicked off Nextcloud in 2016. After a great hackathon in January, we can’t wait to see you again in Stuttgart from March 25 to March 31! We will talk about Nextcloud 12 and get our hands dirty with code.
When, what, where?
We’d like gear up for releasing Nextcloud 12. Pieces are starting to fall in place, but we would love to hear what you have to say about it. As you know, we greatly value your inputs and hackweeks are the best place to discuss. If you just want to come by and say hi, you’re welcome too!
Let’s meet at the Nextcloud office in Stuttgart:
For the first time, we will welcome you on Saturday and Sunday, so that you can join us even if you’re dead busy during the week.
We usually start around 10 in the morning, probably until 7 or so. We will arrange some food and… we can come back after that for some more coding. If you would like to join, please let us know, either in the comments below or by sending an email to one of us. That way we can ensure there is enough food and drinks and such.
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