We're hosting an OpenACS social in Copenhagen on Friday, April 11.
The details will be announced later, but we're planning on doing a mini-conference first, perhaps about some plans for a coherent information architecture and interface design for OpenACS, if I can get something prepared in time. Other topics are of course welcome.
The reason for this particular date is that we're so fortunate as to have Copenhagen University hosting a seminar on dotLRN the day before, on the 10th, where Al (MIT), Carl and Michael Hebgen (Heidelberg), John Norman and Ian Boston (Cambridge, UK), and representatives from Bergen University and of course Copenhagen University are all coming.
The seminar is aimed at decision makers at universities. The two goals are to educate them about dotLRN and the perspectives for them in adopting dotLRN, and to establish a network between the universities. Networking will help them get to know each other and find common ground where their interests are aligned, and they can see a benefit in doing shared development. If you want to contribute to this effect, you're of course more than welcome at the seminar as well.
We're hoping that Al, Carl, Michael, John, and others can stay for the OpenACS mini-conference and social, and we have word that Don and Talli will try and be here as well.
So mark the date in your calendar, and start making travel arrangements! We're looking forward to seeing you all :)