[librecat-dev] Catmandu Hackathon in Berlin

Petra Kohorst petra.kohorst at uni-bielefeld.de
Wed Mar 16 13:49:58 CET 2016

Hi Johann, hi all,

Vitali and I will arrive in Berlin on Monday and we think going to a
restaurant on Monday evening would be nice... to celebrate the release
of Catmandu 1.0! No special restaurant preferences here, we are open for
(m)any thing(s).

Thanks for organising this meeting, Johann!

Looking forward to seeing you all in Berlin!

Best regards,

On 15.03.2016 14:38, Rolschewski, Johann wrote:
> Hi all,
> the Catmandu hackathon in Berlin will take place at Berlin State Library, Haus Potsdamer Straße <https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/73696619>. Please use the staff entrance (Personaleingang <http://staatsbibliothek-berlin.de/vor-ort/standorte/anfahrt-anreise/lageplan/>) at the north side of the building. I will give the doorman a list of all participants. We will meet at the "Konferenzraum 2", just follow the marks. If there are any problems, please call my office <+49 30 266 434001>.  
> There are several hotels nearby:
> Fjord Hotel Berlin <http://www.fjordhotelberlin.de/>
> NH Berlin Potsdamer Platz <http://www.nh-hotels.de/hotel/nh-berlin-potsdamer-platz>
> Hotel ibis Berlin City Potsdamer Platz <http://www.ibis.com/de/hotel-3752-ibis-berlin-city-potsdamer-platz/index.shtml>
> Should I make a restaurant reservation for Monday evening? Any special preferences?
> If you are already arriving at the weekend and like some company for a walk, meal or drink, just send me an email.
> Looking forward to meeting you all in Berlin,
> Johann
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Petra Kohorst

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