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== About ==
 
== About ==
   
Hac φ, to be held at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, is in the early planning stages. It will be an informal Haskell hackathon/get-together for the eastern US (although people are welcome to come from elsewhere too!). At this point we are just trying to gauge interest and pick a date; watch this space for more details as they are decided.
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Hac φ, to be held at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia July 24-26, is in the early planning stages. It will be an informal Haskell hackathon/get-together for the eastern US (although people are welcome to come from elsewhere too!). Watch this space for more details as they are decided.
 
At this point the possible dates are
 
 
'''June 19-21, 2009'''
 
 
or
 
   
 
'''July 24-26, 2009'''
 
'''July 24-26, 2009'''
   
If you think you might like to attend (no committment necessary), please add your name below. Also, please make a note if either of the above dates absolutely does not work for you.
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If you think you might like to attend (no committment necessary), please add your name below.
   
 
== Attendees ==
 
== Attendees ==

Revision as of 21:15, 23 May 2009

1 About

Hac φ, to be held at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia July 24-26, is in the early planning stages. It will be an informal Haskell hackathon/get-together for the eastern US (although people are welcome to come from elsewhere too!). Watch this space for more details as they are decided.

July 24-26, 2009

If you think you might like to attend (no committment necessary), please add your name below.

2 Attendees

  • Daniel Wagner (organizer)
  • Brent Yorgey (organizer)
  • Andrew Wagner (chessguy) - I think I can make either day work, but I'll already be in Philly with nothing to do on the July weekend
  • Jake McArthur (jmcarthur/geezusfreeek, prefer July)
  • Bjorn Buckwalter - July should work for me. June wouldn't.
  • Chung-chieh Shan - July should work for me. June wouldn't.
  • Don Stewart (maybe, I'm in PDX). July works.
  • Sterling Clover - July seems better, but not sure I can pull either off.
  • Austin Seipp (thoughtpolice) - July works; June doesn't.
  • Tom Moertel (tmoertel) - July works, but not June (conflicts with YAPC|10)
  • Chris Eidhof (maybe) - Only July might work
  • Dmitry Golubovsky - it seems more people choose July, OK for me too.
  • Dan (dmead)
  • Daniel Peebles (pumpkin) - Can only manage July.
  • Doug Beardsley (mightybyte) - No preference right now.