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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 or just after MIT's Independent Activities Period (January 4th-January 29th). Another possible advantage of scheduling the hackathon just after IAP is that if someone ends up running a Haskell course during IAP, the hackathon might be a natural follow-up to that.
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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 ==
 
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== Possible Attendees ==
 
== Possible Attendees ==
   
* Ravi Nanavati
 
 
* Nirav Dave
 
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* Joe Fredette
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* Edward Kmett
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* Ravi Nanavati
 
* Daniel Peebles
 
* Daniel Peebles
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* Fare Rideau
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* Hugh Robinson
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* Brent Yorgey
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* Dafydd Harries
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* Robert Greayer
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* Darius Jahandarie
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[[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