2nd Mac porters meeting
2nd and 3rd of December 2006
Google Hamburg ABC-Strasse 19 20354 Hamburg Germany
How to get there
Airport: HAM There is a bus connection from the airport.
Hamburg Airport does not yet have a direct rail connection to the city centre. The nearest subway & suburban railway station, Ohlsdorf, is served by suburban rail lines S1 and S11 and the subway line U1; all of these will take you to or from the main station, Hauptbahnhof, or Jungfernstieg [city centre].
Ohlsdorf station and the Terminals are connected by the number 110 bus, the "Airport-Express", which runs every 10 minutes.
A taxi costs about 10 euros in one direction.
[FIXME] : find additionnal informations for people who didn't find how connect from airport to the meeting ( both directions)
-> search in Hamburg Airport website :[Hamburg Airport Website]
Other links : [City anbindung]
A fun weekend of hacking! Google will provide the following facilities on-site:
- A largish room with projectors for talks
- 5 Mac PRO workstations for hacking use during the conference
- Lunch on Saturday and Sunday
Google status: Things look OK at this point, unless there are any last minute snags.
Other hardware available : ericb will provide a macbook pro + a mac mini (powerpc) with prebuilt Aqua version
Tino will provide an Imac 20" for workshops
Where to stay
NB: Rates might not be accurate
Side Hotel Side Hotel Drehbahn 49 20354 Hamburg +49 (040) 30-99-90 +49 (040) 30-99-93-99 fax email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org This is a very nice, modern hotel within seven minutes' walk from the office. Superior Category Single Room: €135,00 Double Room: €160,00 Deluxe Category Single Room: €150,00 Double Room: €175,00 These prices include breakfast, and all taxes.
Four Seasons Hotel
Raffles Vier Jahreszeiten (Four Seasons Hotel) Neuer Jungfernstieg 9-14 +49 (040) 34-94-0 +49 (040) 34-94-2600 fax email@example.com The name "Four Seasons" speaks for itself. Superior Category (view to the courtyard) Single Room: €155,00 Double Room (single occupancy): €180,00 Double Room (double occupancy): €205,00 Deluxe Category (view to the Alster) Single Room: €220,00 Double Room: €270,00 These prices do not include breakfast, but do include all taxes.
Very near to the office is the: Marriott Hotel ABC-Straße 52 20354 Hamburg +49 (040) 350-50 Special Rates Standard Deluxe Single or Double Room: €146,00 These prices include a French buffet (coffee, tea, croissants, etc). This is a standard chain hotel, within two minutes' walk from the office.
Additionnal Hotel (ericb reserved here), very close to Google Office : Hotel Oper, Drehbahn 15- 23 Hamburg, 20354 http://hotels.germany-bookings.com/hotel/de/topoper.html
2) write a list of interested people (and cell phone numbers)
user:ericb ericb pjanik obr fheckl tra ssa user:jsi user:mmp kaib +49 (0)172 4776574 martink +49 (0)163 9714163 user:smsm1 shaunmcdonald user:cloph cloph (to be confirmed) jsc
[complete the list]
4) Find money for travels, rooms and food
By plane? come together by car? Note: I'll propose the amount of money we need to Louis.
Common sessions / Workshops around native issues:
(Initial version Eric Bachard, modifications by Tino Rachui) :
Welcome followed by Early Bird Hacking
- Greeting and Introduction - Latest Mac porting news - Status of the Mac port ( X11 and Aqua ) - Definition of an agenda for the weekend
1 Pause ( Coffee, (whatever) , Beer, Pizzas ... )
Florian Heckl : Native FilePicker implementation
Agreement on an agenda for the weekend, using the list below Suggestions of interesting topics for the meeting
Workshop1 : debug OpenOffice.org ( gdb, and other tools )
Workshop 2 Most important bugs for alpha
- main event loop - windowing (salinst*) - redrawing - fonts
Workshop 3 : Native controls
- description of the code - native controls in runtime- - code review, - search solutions for missing parts : combo / list boxes + text entries
Workshop 4 : (any volunteer to manage ? )
Second line implementations
- native printing (WIP by Yvan Barthélemy, who will provide informations ) - native Filepicker - packaging
Any Workshop about QA ?
Suggestions of interesting topics for the meeting
- Technical description of work in progress - What needs to be done toward an alpha version of the port - Define manageable chunks of work
Technical points to fix together:
1) Reorganize the tree for native version ( ericb'd vote for an obr task :-) )
2) Improve configure for both Aqua and X11 version / ( Claude Lohmaier )
A) modify configure step : provide config.parms.aqua, config.parms.X11 containing specific Mac OS X command line, and just use ./configure --with-config.parms=config.parms.aqua ( or config.parms.X11 )
B) or fix configure. Current issues : bad or wrong/missing autodetection of things
3) Session (workshop?) about native controls implementation :
code review/design or continue the work
4) In case everything is not ready
current work in progress: fonts (multiline sallayout : understand what has to be done, describe the todo) - workshop about debugging OpenOffice.org on Mac OS X : gdb .. maybe complete with leaks and/or other tools ?
Possible action items :
- discuss and define a precise todolist - divide the work - describe party : describe with words and sentences what has exactly to be
done for missing parts:
Where in the code, who can provide informations, tips...etc - write a list of missing classes and methods. - define code intregration strategy - define rules for code review based on wiki - define a plan for Aqua Human Interface Guidelines integration
(modify menus ? )
Other subjects for what volunteers can propose workshops :
- Debuging /using tools for track and /or analyse bugs (very well adapted
to workshops) - QA workshop for Mac OS X - windowing (salinst*) - redrawing - fonts - native printing (WIP by Yvan Barthélemy, who will provide informations ) - packaging ..etc (propose other)
|10:00 - 12:00||Early bird hacking|
|12:00 - 12:50||Sessions||Eric Bachard|| - Greeting and Introduction|
- Latest Mac porting news
- Status of the Mac port ( X11 and Aqua )
- Definition of an agenda for the weekend
|12:50 - 13:00||Pause||Coffee, (whatever) , Beer, Pizzas ...|
|13:00 - 13:45||Sessions||Florian Heckl||Native FilePicker implementation|
|13:45 - 14:00||All|| Agreement on an agenda for the weekend,
using the list below :
Suggestions of interesting topics for the meeting
|14:00 - 16:00||Workshop1|| Tino Rachui
|Debug OpenOffice.org in runtime|
|16:00 - 17:00||Workshop2||any volunteer ?|| most important bugs for alpha|
analyse, write a todo list
|17:10 - 18:00||Workshop3||Eric Bachard|| Native controls implementation: |
native controls in runtime
search solutions for missing parts :
combo /list boxes + text entries
|18:00 - 19:00||Workshop4||any volunteer ?|| second importance implementation: |
drag and drop
|10:00 - 14:30||Morning HackAThon|
|14:30 - 15:00||Closing session for travellers||All||Conclusions|
|15:00 - 18:00||More hacking!|
Ericb 11:16, 10 October 2006 (CEST)