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HackerEvents

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Goals

The aim of this project is to provide:

  • A list of upcoming events about software.
  • A quick access to Call For Presentation pages.
  • An ical feed of events for each country.

I started this project because I was tired to visit many websites to have basic information about the event I was interested in. I hope it will be useful to you. My goal is to make it a website maintained by a community, so feel free to participate!

How to contribute

Add an event

Feel free to add your events to the website. For that you just have to add a file in the folder corresponding to the event country and open a PR accordingly.

The file format is pretty simple, see an example (all fields are required except cfp):

name: FOSDEM' 17
start: 2017-02-04-10:00:00
end: 2017-02-05-18:00:00
added: 2016-08-01-00:00:00
place: ULB
address: Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 50 1050 Bruxelles
link: https://fosdem.org/
cfp: https://fosdem.org/2017/news/2016-07-20-call-for-participation/

To name the file simply follow this convention: *YYYYMMDD*-*event-name*.yml

Example: 20170204-fosdem.yml

The file is located at events/belgium.

Once your event added, the website will be rebuilt.

Test your changes

You can test your changes by building the website and open the generated index file:

python build.py
firefox build/index.html

Contributors

Code

  • Frank (@frankrousseau)
  • Nicolas (@nikaro)
  • Pierre (@catwell)

Events

  • Bryan (@chreekat)
  • Emmanuel (@ehsavoie)
  • Shaiou (@Shaiou)
  • Pierre (@pierrevdk)
  • Christophe (@descl)
  • @h0xt0n
  • Nicolas Charlot (@charlot)

Image credits

Logo made by LSE Design: https://www.iconfinder.com/lsedesigns

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