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The Mono Summit will be held in Madrid, Spain from November 26th to November 30th of 2007.
The Mono Summit is a place to come discuss using Mono to create new applications for Linux, Windows, MacOS or embedded devices or learn how to port your existing applications from Windows to Linux, learn what Mono and Linux have to offer for .NET developers.
Mono is a cross-platform, open source implementation of the .NET Framework with its own ecosystem.
If you plan to attend please register.
Table of contents
Planning Meeting: November 26, 27th
Developer Meeting: November 28th, 29th, 30th.
The planning meeting on Monday and Tuesday is open to contributors to the Mono project to discuss goals, roadmap, objectives and help plan and prioritize the tasks for the Mono project.
The Developer Meeting will be held from Wednesday to Friday, we will open with a status report on the Mono project, some success stories from this past year and we will host sessions on the current state of key components of the projects.
This year we will be allocating more free face-to-face time for people to talk to the developers by having explicit “Meet the Experts” sessions, and dedicating the afternoons for un-conference sessions, hacking and consulting.
We will be planning the event using Wik.is and DekiWiki at: 2007 Mono Meeting.
Photos from the Mono Summit 2007 in Madrid:
- Everaldo Canuto
- Bill Holmes
- Rusty Howell
- Mark Probst
- Carlos Alberto Cortez
- Stéphane Delcroix
- Andreia Gaita
- Ismael Olea