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Eclipse Juno DemoCamps [message #831364] Wed, 28 March 2012 16:23
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Hi,

I just saw, the Juno DemoCamps have already got a page, and at least Berlin
among other venues grabbed a spot:
http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_DemoCamps_Juno_2012

While I probably won't make it to dial in tomorrow, remember, as soon as the
Wiki pages get created, slots normally go extremely fast, especially in
Berlin!
So if Matthias, Chris or others would like to present there, please keep a
close eye on that page, and propose a session. For Berlin, an alternative
would be to get in touch with Frauenhofer FOKUS, the host of the next
DemoCamp. I believe one of their other locations was also where I spoke in
Karlsruhe, the DemoCamp Chris had the wrong train ticket for;-/

Would be a great way to make up for it this Spring.

Beside Scandinavia, e.g. Copenhagen I may prefer the north, so either
Hamburg or Bremen seem close enough to get there even with a non-stop ICE
train. Berlin as capital is attractive, so while STEM seems to have many
experts in town, I might also propose talks about UOMo. Eike Stepper
suggested to do something with EMF, and we are currently exploring a very
interesting option with the EMF-related Xtext project. UOMo Co-committer
Chris Senior is based in Manchester, where there's also one scheduled this
time. Should I get a flight, to join him, I could present STEM. Otherwise
while he is long dedicated expert on the UOM, UCUM and UOMo subject, I am
not sure, how comfortable he would be with STEM?

There is of course an institute at the University of Manchester (hosting
that DemoCamp) specialized in immunology:
http://www.mig.ls.manchester.ac.uk/
Maybe some of you know them, and maybe they'd be interested to hear about
STEM?

Regards,

Werner Keil | UOMo Lead | Eclipse Foundation www.eclipse.org/uomo/
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