This year, CUFP 2010 has a new feature to bring industry and academics together to promote real-world uses of functional programming.
Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions are for our community to gather informally at CUFP and reach consensus on matters of importance. Any CUFP attendee can propose a BoF session, and grab one of the spare rooms in the evening slots below. Attendance in the evening is open to all.
BoF sessions facilitate ad-hoc discussions and provide a place to gather and start off the chat, before moving on during the evening to a local restaurant or pub.
The table below lists all the spare rooms and available times. To propose a BoF, please mail Anil Madhavapeddy (email@example.com) with the following information:
Organiser contact name, email address and (optionally) cell phone number to get hold of you on the day.
Which room number and day you wish to book.
Number of attendees expected (so we can make sure room capacity).
If you are willing to sponsor the BoF with some beer and snacks, that would also be appreciated, and you can include the sponsor's name.
If you just wish to attend a session, please also email Anil Madhavapeddy (firstname.lastname@example.org) and you will be added to the attendee list so we can more easily account for numbers. You don't have to do this though; feel free to show up on the day!
Note: the rooms are available from 1700 onwards, but the day's workshops and tutorials only end around 1745, so most BOFs are scheduled to start at 1800 onwards.