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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.
 
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At this point the possible dates are
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'''June 19-21, 2009'''
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'''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.