For this first edition we will have two pre-recorded talks by Jan Stępień and Arne Brasseur. The talks will be made available to watch Tuesday, June 2nd at 12:00 noon CEST (10:00 UTC,
#inst "2020-06-02T12:00+02:00"). At 19:00 CEST (17:00 UTC) we will stream both talks, and follow them up with a panel discussion with the speakers. We’ll post all the links here and share them via Twitter as well. Keep an eye on #cestmeetup.
The #cestmeetup channel on Clojurians Slack will form our “hallway track”, where you can go to hang out, discuss the talks, or just banter. You are of course also welcome to provide comments on the live stream.
This event as well as ClojureVerse itself both fall under the Berlin Code of Conduct. By participating you agree to have read the Code of Conduct, and to abide by it. By participating in the Clojurians Slack channel you agree to abide by the Clojurians Code of Conduct.
We want to emulate the experience you get at a meetup or conference, where you are able to drop in and out of multiple conversations by going from group to group. To that end we encourage people to set up their own rooms on Jitsi, Whereby, Mozilla Hubs, Zoom, etc.
Simply paste the link in Slack and wait for people to join. You can use threaded messages in Slack to let others know who’s currently in your room, what’s being discussed, if the room is full, etc.
Note that the person who set up the call (the host) is responsible for moderating it. The Code of Conduct of the event applies.
If you would like to present at a future CEST then please message Arne or Jan.