INDIGO IAM Technical Hackathon - May 2024

Europe/Zurich
CNAF

CNAF

Enrico Vianello (INFN-CNAF), Federica Agostini (CNAF), Francesco Giacomini (INFN CNAF), Roberta Miccoli, Tom Dack
Description

Dates confirmed, further details TBC.

Who is this for?

Supporters and developers of INDIGO IAM.

What will we be doing?

Working together on fixing bugs and developing features, primarily focusing on:

  • TBC

The hackathon will further support getting to know each other, and build the foundation for future collaboration.

Anything else I should know?

The aim of this meeting will be technical conversation and development of the INDIGO IAM, and thus primarily targeted and administrators and supporters of INDIGO IAM instances.

We do welcome service managers whose services run alongside the INDIGO IAM. However, please note that if we become constrained with venue capacity, we may need to review attendance.

Logistics:

Dates:

The meeting will take place on the 29th and 30th May.

Venue:

The Hackathon will be hosted by INFN-CNAF, in Bologna. Map

By Plane - Guglielmo Marconi International Bologna Airport (BLQ) is connected to all major European cities via national and international flights. The Marconi Express shuttle service connects the airport to the central station (Bologna Centrale) via an elevated electric monorail, which does not interfere with road traffic: it's the most practical, fast (15') and sustainable choice. The Marconi Express service starts at 5.40 a.m. and ends at 00.00 a.m.. Prices: single ticket 12,80€, A/R 23,30€. More info on site. Note that the PAY&GO CONTACTLESS means no receipt. You can purchase tickets online or directly on site. From the railway station, you can either walk to CNAF (about 15 minutes, see map) or take a taxi (about 5 minutes).

Alternatively, buses and taxis provide easy connections to the city centre, which is about 6 km far. It takes about 20 minutes to the city centre – and to CNAF. Taxi costs around 20-25€.

By Train - Bologna Centrale station is located at a strategic point of the national railway network. Hence, there are connections to all major national and international lines. You can check timetables at the Ferrovie dello Stato website and Italo website. From the railway station, you can either walk to CNAF (about 15 minutes, see map) or take a taxi (about 5 minutes).

Official site of the Bologna-Modena Tourist Territory

Videoconference:

This is intended to be a primarily in-person meeting, and we encourage people to attend accordingly.

If you would like to engage with the hackathon, but are unable to travel, please contact Thomas Dack for assistance and we can make a zoom room for relevant sections.

Hackathon Dinner:

A group dinner will be organised for Wednesday 29th May.

We reserved a table at Ristorante La Capriata, Corte Isolani 1e at 20:00. It's 20 minutes on foot far from INFN-CNAF, in the center of Bologna. OpenStreet map directions - Italian site
The restaurant has a gluten free complete menu, from starters to dessert. It's a restaurant certified by the Italian Celiac Association (AIC).

Accommodation:

Here is a list of accomodation that have special offers for INFN employees or for all the people that partecipate to INFN events:

https://www.bo.infn.it/en/special-rate-hotels/

Mentioning an INFN conference/event as the reason of the accomodation should be enough to get the offers described into the page. Most of the listed hotels are about 15-20' far on foot from INFN-CNAF.

Registration
Participants
Participants
  • Alessandra Casale
  • Anjali Bhatt
  • Antonio Nappi
  • Berk Balci
  • Daniela Bauer
  • Davide Marcato
  • Donald Chung
  • Enrico Vianello
  • Federica Agostini
  • Francesco Giacomini
  • Hubert Simma
  • Ian Collier
  • Jacopo Gasparetto
  • Maarten Litmaath
  • Manoj Garai
  • Robert Frank
  • Roberta Miccoli
  • Saiteja Reddy Vennapusa
  • Simon Fayer
  • Stefano Enrico Zotti
  • Tom Dack
The agenda of this meeting is empty