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From: Daniel Wagner <wagi@monom.org>
To: linux-rt-users <linux-rt-users@vger.kernel.org>
Cc: Christoph Hellwig <hch@infradead.org>,
	Richard Weinberger <richard@sigma-star.at>
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] Summit on a Summit 2020
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2020 09:45:49 +0100
Message-ID: <11e779c6-2b27-7683-7301-60b00d154b8a@monom.org> (raw)

What: High altitude realtime workshop 2020 edition
When: 2020-06-05 to 2020.06.07
Where: Glungezer lodge (near Innsbruck, Austria)

We discuss hot topics, current problems and how to solve them. All this 
in a relaxed setting with spectacular views in the Austrian alps.

Note: To reach the location a 2 hours alpine hike is necessary. There is
no other means to reach the lodge. Furthermore, the location is very
small which means the number of attendees is very limited. In the last
years turn up was around 10 to 12 attendees.


- FORMAT

The summit is organized to cover 2 days of discussion and talks.

Please fill out the google docs with topics you would like
to discuss, see link below.


- ATTENDING

Attending the Summit on a Summit is free of charge.

To register fill in the registration form available at

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1j5j7bpwEyueHDAzZkwaAYhc1qPwkXmCvtiQ2dV81Oys/edit#gid=1853675834

While it is not strictly required to submit a topic/presentation (see
below), registrations with a topic/presentation proposal will take
precedence.

There is no registration or conference fee. Though you have to
pay for the lodge and the food/drinks you consume. From past
experience this is around 200 Euros for the whole event.


- VENUE

Since the lodge is a few hours by foot from civilization, staying at the
lodge strongly recommended. You don't have to do an reservation for
yourself. We have a block reservation for the large single sleeping 
room. You will be sharing a single room when sleeping, so bring your ear 
plugs with you. It also a good idea to bring your own sleeping bag.

Yes there is power available and we will have an Internet uplink. It 
will not be fast, but checking for some emails it be okay but not for 
streaming videos.

You should have a pair of good hiking shoes (This is really important!).
It is not a difficult path just in case the weather is nasty. Also a 
rain jacket is highly recommended to bring with you.

A hiking backpack should be enough to bring cloths and other equipment
with you for 3 days.

Food and drinks are available at the lodge. The hike to the lodge is
around 2 hours (7 km). So it is not particular long but you might want
to bring some drinking or food with you.


- ORGANIZERS (in alphabetical order)

Christoph Hellwig
Daniel Wagner
Richard Weinberger

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