My hotel room in the Novotel.
View from my window over Warsaw.
Outside the University where the conference was.
First dinner on arrival day.
They even had musicians who played and sang while we were eating.
Delicous local food.
People following me to the DevSummit site.
pgj welcoming everyone to the DevSummit on the next morning.
Pictures from the ports session.
Gavin helped a lot with the magic wand to open the overhead windows to let some fresh air in.
Discussions during the ports working group break.
Lunch time for DevSummit attendees.
Soup, sandwiches, and salad, very good.
Photographing the photographer (I know: "no flash!").
Discussions outside the old boiler house building after lunch
These were the signs that showed us the way.
People coming back from lunch to the afternoon working groups.
My notes during the OSCourse working group.
... who also made it into the results presentation.
On the way to mexican restaurant El Popo.
Nice mexican food
The place was really crowded and they had to get extra chairs and tables so everyone could be seated.
hrs talking to one of our GSoC students.
They burned the non-vegetarian food before they served it.
Some flames still emanating from the meat.
Another plate was lit
Kirk and Eric meeting one of the professors from the university that hosted the event and conference.
We were the last people to leave the place (they closed up afterwards). Lots of ports discussions...
The next day: gavin's notes about open tasks for the handbook on the whiteboard.
People listening in the doc working group.
Ed explaining in detail about the current status of UTF-8 support in the base system. We need this for man pages.
Lunch on the second day of the DevSummit (spinach).
hrs presenting pjd with a bottle of Sake for his efforts in organizing the conference.
The vendor summit session. Extremely interesting presentations in there...
The menue on the last day of the DevSummit before the conference started.
The broth soup, which was recommended to us by the waiter.
I chose the duck, which others also selected. Very tasty, even the potatoes.
Then we had a cake for dessert, similar to last year in Maarssen.
Lighting up the cake to mark a successful DevSummit (if you leave out the working group reports on the next day, of course).
Happy faces all around
Piece of cake ;-)
The restaurant we were in
People in the audience waiting for the opening of the conference.
The Logo on screen
Two EuroBSDcon foundation members talking before the official beginning.
pjd welcoming everyone to Poland and to the conference.
A shot from my seat in the audience.
Last year's EuroBSDcon organizers pass the flag of past EuroBSD conferences to the polish organizers. Nice gesture, and there are so many spots still open for future conferences.
pjd educating us about Polish hussars and their "wings".
pjd's son also helped out in his way. :-)
Sponsors, where would we be without them?
Eric is about to begin the opening keynote.
We move to the main conference venue...
... through a beautiful building.
brooks presenting the results of the toolchain working group.
Fellow developers listen to what the groups had discussed.
After the working group reports session on the first day of the conference, there were a couple of talks by FreeBSD developers.
GSoC student's also presented their results.
Henning's talk on OpenBSD queues.
kmoore's showed us what is coming up with PC-BSD 9.1. Awesome features in the Warden, can't wait to get my hands on it. Many features from qjail (my personal ezjail replacement) are in there, too.
More slides with PC-BSD features.
Shirts from previous conferences you could buy.
Just outside the club where the social event happened.
A long line of conference attendees waiting in line to get into the club.
Food in the club, delicious. Well done, organizers! I heard it was costly enough...
More photos I took on our way back.
Mr. Callfortesting.org preparing for his talk on BHyVe (making sure the demo worked, which it did).
I ran out before the talk started to get some photos of the empty sponsor's room.
Awesome companies and supporters who made the conference happen. Thanks!
Signs leading into the sponsor's room.
Now back in the BHyVe talk.
Mr. BSDCan preparing to give his talk.
Birds I saw in the park on the next morning (last day of the conference).
My lunch on the last day of the conference.
A small corner of the sponsor's room quickly turned into a small hacking area.
On our way to Kirk's closing keynote. Very beautiful building!
Even the ceiling was marvelous.
Sponsors again in the lecture room where Kirk's closing keynote happened.
People start coming into the room before Kirk's talk.
During Kirk's talk.
pjd had the closing words. Very well done!
Speakers getting in line to pick up their presents.
Announcing next year's EuroBSDCon... sort of.
A kinect in the Novotel hotel lobby...
The last dinner on the last day of the conference in the Bierhalle (beer hall).
My gulasch soup (a bit too much water, but still good taste).
Big kegs of beer on our tables.
Dru's and my main course. She liked the buchweizen spaetzle very much (german dish).
My dessert, also very good.
Paying the bill, which was about 14000 PLN, so we threw ridiculous amounts of money on the table. ;-)