[Haskell-cafe] Let's plan BayHac 2019!

Chris Smith cdsmith at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 16:24:42 UTC 2018

Hi Dan,

I'm in New York now, so I won't be around as much to help out with
organizing.  However, it's likely I could be convinced to come give a talk
and participate.  I can also follow some of the same paths that I did this
year, to ask about sponsorship by Google.  It was a bit of a mess the last
time around, and I don't even remember what ended up happening; but asking
earlier is usually better.


On Sun, Nov 11, 2018 at 11:28 PM Dan Burton <danburton.email at gmail.com>

> It's time to start thinking about the next BayHac!
> I am assembling a group of organizers for next year's event. Anyone who
> has been involved in organizing past BayHac events will be automatically
> accepted. (I have BCCed a number of past organizers; please reach out to
> any you know in case I missed anyone.)
> Anyone else who is interested in helping to plan BayHac, please contact
> me. Depending on how many past organizers rejoin, we will discuss the
> applicants and accept 1 to 3 new organizers.
> BayHac is a weekend of learning, sharing, and hacking on a variety of
> projects for the Haskell community. BayHac usually occurs in San Francisco,
> California, Mountain View, California, or thereabouts.
> I'd like to aim for April/May 2019, though that is, of course, subject to
> change.
> A rough outline, in rough chronological order, of what the BayHac
> organizers will be doing:
> 0. Assemble the organizers.
> 1. Select date and venue for BayHac 2019.
> 2. Secure corporate sponsors to cover costs (mainly, food).
> 3. Invite talk proposals and select speakers.
> 4. Open online registration and publicize the event.
> 5. Plan details like catering, registration desk, recording, and make it
> happen!
> If any of that sounds like fun to you, then I'd love to hear from you!
> -- Dan Burton
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