This is a hacking oriented invitation-only event.
The event involves members from all parts of the Web Platform community, including those who work on Blink, WebKit, Gecko, and Servo.
Check the list of confirmed attendees for more details.
The event has an unconference format and the first step is the creation of small focused teams. Attendees should feel free to propose any topic which interests them.
Past year topics of interest included: WebKit ports, performance, graphics architecture, CSS (Grid Layout, Multi-column, Regions, etc.), multimedia, WebRTC, MathML, ES6 features (V8, JSC and SpiderMonkey), a11y, and Wayland support.
A Coruña airport (LCG) is connected to Madrid, Barcelona, Lisboa, London/Heathrow.
To get to the venue from A Coruña Airport, use the Airport-City Center Bus line (Line 4051 Puerta Real - Aeropuerto.) - Stop at Bus Station (Estación de Autobuses).
Santiago airport (SCQ) is connected to Madrid, Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt/Hahn, Istanbul, Geneva, Basel/Mulhouse, Geneva, Milan/Bergamo, Paris/CDG.
About 50km from Coruña, it's a good option if you have a direct flight, but requires taking the bus to the Santiago train station and then the train to Coruña.
It is also possible to drive to A Coruña.
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Try not to become defensive when someone takes issue with something you say or do, in relation to the code of conduct. Simply apologize and stop doing whatever it is that caused the discomfort, even if you feel that you are wrongly accused. We are all responsible for building and maintaining a comfortable and safe environment. Continued or severe breaches of the code of conduct should be reported to the Igalia anti-harassment committee, event organizers, the Igalia assembly, or the Igalia partners. When you are one of these people, it is your responsibility to respond properly to a breach of the code of conduct.
People who breach the code of conduct may be asked to leave an event, take a break from mailing lists or chat, or even banned from future events in the case of severe breaches.
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