Just a quick reminder that it is only 4 weeks to the Xen Hackathon in Munich, hosted by Fujitsu from Sept 13-15. There are still a few places free: if you plan to attend, do make sure to book your flights and hotels soon as the Oktoberfest begins on Sept 17 and hotels and flights will fill up quickly. If you do want to attend, drop Jürgen or me a line. There is no registration fee. However as an attendee you will need to cover your own travel, accommodation and other costs such as evening meals, etc. Information on location, hotels, etc. can be found on the Wiki.
Xen Hackathons give developers the opportunity to meet face to face to discuss development, coordinate, write code and collaborate with other developers as well as allowing everyone to put names to faces. The format is a mixture of unconference and time for coding, as needed at the time. The March Hackathon in Cambridge was a great success: our developer community released Xen 4.1 during the Hackathon and many of the items in the Xen 4.2 roadmap were discussed and planned. This time, I expect that key topics will be Xen 4.2, project Kronos and some discussion about the future of Xen.
I also wanted to thank Jürgen Groß from Fujitsu again, who is helping to make this event happen. See you in a few weeks!