Personal tools

HacBOS

From HaskellWiki

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
 
(Added Category:Community)
 
(10 intermediate revisions by 9 users not shown)
Line 4: Line 4:
 
Based on polling some of the local Boston-area attendees, the weekend of January 29th-January 31st looks attractive.
 
Based on polling some of the local Boston-area attendees, the weekend of January 29th-January 31st looks attractive.
   
A Boston hackathon (particularly one at MIT) would be more popular during MIT's Independent Activities Period. Another possible advantage of scheduling the hackathon late in IAP is that if someone ends up running a Haskell course earlier in IAP, the hackathon might be a natural follow-up to that.
+
A Boston hackathon (particularly one at MIT) would be more popular during or just after MIT's Independent Activities Period (January 4th-January 29th). Another advantage of scheduling the hackathon this weekend is that it is the first weekend after the [http://people.csail.mit.edu/jeanyang/courses/haskell/ MIT IAP Haskell course], so the hackathon could be a natural follow-on event.
   
 
== Proposed Location ==
 
== Proposed Location ==
Line 12: Line 12:
 
== Possible Attendees ==
 
== Possible Attendees ==
   
* Ravi Nanavati
 
 
* Nirav Dave
 
* Nirav Dave
  +
* Joe Fredette
  +
* Edward Kmett
  +
* Ravi Nanavati
  +
* Daniel Peebles
  +
* Fare Rideau
  +
* Hugh Robinson
  +
* Brent Yorgey
  +
* Dafydd Harries
  +
* Robert Greayer
  +
* Darius Jahandarie
  +
  +
  +
[[Category:Community]]

Latest revision as of 13:10, 17 December 2012

This is a page to help organize HacBOS - a Haskell hackathon in Boston!

[edit] 1 Proposed Schedule

Based on polling some of the local Boston-area attendees, the weekend of January 29th-January 31st looks attractive.

A Boston hackathon (particularly one at MIT) would be more popular during or just after MIT's Independent Activities Period (January 4th-January 29th). Another advantage of scheduling the hackathon this weekend is that it is the first weekend after the MIT IAP Haskell course, so the hackathon could be a natural follow-on event.

[edit] 2 Proposed Location

At MIT, probably in the CSAIL reading room (which seems like a hackathon-friendly space).

[edit] 3 Possible Attendees

  • Nirav Dave
  • Joe Fredette
  • Edward Kmett
  • Ravi Nanavati
  • Daniel Peebles
  • Fare Rideau
  • Hugh Robinson
  • Brent Yorgey
  • Dafydd Harries
  • Robert Greayer
  • Darius Jahandarie