CloudCamp Montreal – June 4, 2010

So many camps! CloudCamp Montreal – June 4, 2010 — /via @NicolasRoberge

CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meeting content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership recruitment. We also have corporate sponsors that provide financial assistance with venues, food, drink, software, services and other valuable donations

For schedule and more info, visit:

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Not sure I will be there, but I’m happy this is happening in Montréal.

Unconference/Camp à ConFoo

Saviez vous qu’il y a une partie “unconference/camp” à ConFoo cette année? C’est par ici pour soumettre vos sujets –

This is an opportunity for visitors to react to the presentations of others. For speakers, it is an opportunity to elaborate on a topic that developed during their presentation.

Simply send you proposal to UnConFoo.

Others are invited to vote for presentations that they would like to see by visiting The selection will be performed by the organizers a day before the presentation based on user votes.

Je crois que vous devez êtres inscrits à la conférence pour participer, mais je vais faire une demande de dérogation spéciale, il me semble que ça fait partie de la règle d’être le plus ouvert possible (je ne suis pas l’organisateur de cette partie, même si j’ai pris en charge la track Ruby cette année, en fait c’est pas vraiment organisé une unconference, c’est un peu ça le but aussi).

Wifidog Camp Montreal 2010

We will be organizing a Wifidog Camp for development of wifidog.

Wifidog Camp Montreal 2010

Where? Montreal, at Station C, 5369 boul. St-Laurent

When? Sunday february 21 2010 from 10h30 to ~17h
Who? Everyone interested in developing for wifidog, developers, web designers, testers, documenters, etc.
Web page?

I will be giving a session on “contributing to open source projects” for newbies (we need more).

How to create a ticket, how to decide what to work on, how to send a correction (patch) and a bit more…