The LibreOffice Perugia HackFest 2017 will take place on May 27-30, 2017 at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of Perugia University, Via Vanvitelli, 1 - 06123 Perugia (Italy).
About the location
The city of Perugia originates from the Etruscan age and is the main city in the area.
The University of Perugia was established in 1308 and currently is structured in 16 Departments and serves approx. 30000 students (see http://www.unipg.it/files/pagine/34/pres-en.pdf for further information) and is ranked first among the medium sized Italian Universities.
The city of Perugia is the starting point of the worldwide attended "Marcia della Pace Perugia-Assisi", which is a nonviolent march that would witness in favor of peace and solidarity of peoples. The first edition was on Sept 24, 1961 organized by Aldo Capitini
The two major events in the City are: "Umbria Jazz Festival" in July and "Eurochocolate" in November.
If there is a pet bug/feature you are interested to solve/create on the Hackfest add it here and we will try to find a mentor giving you guidance. Also if there is a general topic you want to cover/have a short talk about, add it here.
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How to get there
Once in Perugia the Deparment of Mathematics and Computer Science of Perugia University is just 10 minutes walking from the Fontana Maggiore
- from S. Francesco d'Assisi Airport (Perugia Airport):
- Low Cost Flights from London, Bruxelles, Bucarest and Tirana
- There is a bus in front of the (small) airport connecting the airport to downtown (15 minutes, very close do downtown)
- from Rome (Fiumicino Airport and Ciampino airport)
- Low Cost flights available from several destinations.
- There is a Bus connecting Ciampino to Fiumicino, where all trains and the Bus start.
- The connection from Fiumicino to Perugia takes two hours by train (see the timetable [www.trenitalia.com/ here]). A connection through Bus is also available (see the timetable here.)
Perugia is 170 kilometers from Rome and 150 from Florence.
- From Milan and the north of Italy (Firenze, Bologna, Torino) take the A1 highway south bound and exit in Valdichiana entering the “raccordo Perugia-Bettolle” following the road signs to Perugia and Assisi: just half an hour and you’re arrived!
- From Rome and the south of Italy (Napoli, Pescara, Bari) you have to take the A1 highway (also know as Autostrada del sole, “sun’s highway”) until the Orte Exit, and following the road signs to Perugia trought Terni and Todi along the E45 motorway.
We would like to thank our following sponsors and supporters for making the Perugia Hackfest possible:
- The Document Foundation, for providing travel sponsoring
- The Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Perugia, hosting the event and providing accomodation and meals for the core Developers (please contact ASAP Osvaldo Gervasi).
Core Developers will be accomodated in a University guest house for free.
The Document Foundation may be able to refund tickets to and from the Hackfest, after prior approval by the organizers, under the following conditions:
- transportation-only, please sign-up for couch surfing if you need free accommodation
- volunteer-first - people affiliated with a company involved in LibreOffice work will come last
- first-come-first-served - participants will get reimbursed in order of their sign-up on the wiki attendance list, until budget runs out.
- ask the organizers as soon as possible (ideally right before booking) if budget is still available. Be aware of the fact that tax law requires us to collect original receipts, so please keep them (or hand them in right there at the Hackfest location)
Please be economic and pick cheap travel.
For those who attended: If you'd like to request a travel reimbursal, please follow the HowTo at TDF/Policies/Refunding for the SPI refunding, and mail email@example.com with your documents.
Please add your name and e-mail address to the below list in case you want to participate. We will use this list for planning, logistics and announcements.
- Bjoern Michaelsen (Sweetshark)
- Miklos Vajna
- Eike Rathke (erAck)
- Christian Lohmaier (cloph)
- Regis Perdreau (reg73)
After Action Reports