The next GNU Classpath and Friends meeting will be during Fosdem 2006 in Brussels, Belgium, on Saturday and Sunday 25 and 26 of February.

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Campus du Solbosch, Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 50, B-1050 Bruxelles. See http://www.fosdem.org/2006/index/practical for maps, transportation and hotels.

The full schedule of speakers with talk abstracts can be found at http://www.fosdem.org/2006/index/dev_room_classpath/schedule

* Saturday Feb 25th 2006

* Sunday Feb 26th 2006

We are in the GNU Classpath & Friends room AW1.120. There will be wireless internet, but no wired. Please bring an ethernet cable and a hub if you want wired access.

Show your App/Hack your App -- Open showcase and hacking session

This will take place on Saturday from 16:00 till 17:30 and is open for everybody wanting to show their applications working on a free stack and for those people wanting to help out getting more applications to work out of the box. Some lists of applications to get working:

Please add to this list if you want to show an App or hack together on an App.

The Future -- Open Technical Planning Session

This will take place on Sunday from 14:00 till 17:30.

After a short overview of the various free stacks, libraries, compilers, tools and runtimes this session is mostly open discussion about what work remains to be done and how to integrate the various efforts better. Ideas for work items welcome.

Meeting

It would be nice to have a place to meet each other and/or eat together on Saturday night (or before the conference on Friday night, or after on Sunday night). If you know Brussels please make a suggestion here.

Friday night meeting

A La Mort Subite - 7 rue Montagne aux Herbes Potageres http://www.alamortsubite.com (starting at 18:00 till late!)

Strongly recommended by importers, but also recommended in Fodor's "25 Best" for Brussels. They brew several of their own beers and have several trappist, abbey, and other Belgian beers on tap and in the bottle. Their website mentions that they serve sandwiches and omelets, but does not list a menu. Almost equidistant from Gare Centrale and DeBrouckere metro stops.

A La Mort Subite is a great place. It also has the advantage of being pretty big. If it doesn't work out there we can always make our way to the cafe next to T'Kelderke on the Grand Place -- it has lots of room upstairs.

Participants

Please add your name here if you are planning to come:

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