The presentations of this meeting are available at the EuroTcl site .
|July 07-08, 2012
|The Fossil Software Configuration Management System
|Password Gorilla - A multi-platform Tcl/Tk coded password manager
|Recent Progress in Tablelist
|Tclrad - a rad system proposal to the tcl community
|CAWT - Com Automation With Tcl
|APWTCL - A light weight Tcl interpreter for cell phones
|WiP: jUnit compatible XML reporting for tcltest or: Abusing a refactored tclunit to enable Jenkins statistics on tcltest output
|New Siemens Open Source Contribution for TCL: tStomp Messaging library. Why and how to use TCL in a very large scale Software Development
|A virtual computer written in Tcl to test machine codes
|kbs - kitgen build system
|Tcl and IPv6
|How to put a Tcl application into a web browser without code modification
|Experimenting with a virtual tablelist
|Cygwin Tcl/Tk: Windows or UNIX?
|Application Development for the Web with Rivet and the Apache HTTP Server
The program is now available. Talks and photos are available on that page, too.
41 Tcl'ers from 8 countries have registered, including 2 TCT members and 3 participants from the US. Great!
RZ 2012-06-10 19:41:05:
I'll stay in the Hotel Königswache
PO: The following hotels are just around the corner of the meeting place.
makr: The remark about Friday's come together hopefully doesn't mean that a tie is required for the other days?!
PO: You can wear a tie, if you can't live without it or if you are a masochist :-)
dkf 2012-07-10 09:02:26:
This was an interesting meeting for me, which gave me a chance to meet more of the thriving German Tcl community. That bayrische food is dangerous! Good + large quantities = foodstroke!
More seriously, the key things I could see were:
makr 2012-07-14 19:42:11:
I also would like to say a big Thank you! to Paul and Arnulf and his family! All of them made sure the meeting has been such a great success.
EE 2012-07-16 13:00 EST5EDT:
Are recordings or transcripts of the talks available for download? I am interested in several of the talk topics.