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 Chromium/Blink, WebKit, Firefox/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.
In addition, you can check the talks from this edition on this website.
Visit the hackfest wiki page with scheduling, breakout sessions and all the information related to the event.
A Coruña Airport (LCG) is connected to Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, London/Heathrow.
To get to the venue from A Coruña Airport:
Santiago Airport (SCQ) is connected to Madrid, Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Basel/Mulhouse, Geneva, Milan/Bergamo, Paris/CDG.
About 50km from to Coruña, it's a good option if you have a direct flight, but requires to go to A Coruña from there.
To get to the venue from Santiago Airport:
Taxi from Santiago Airport to train station - Airport taxi stand.
Fare: Fixed fare 21€.
Payment method: Cash or credit card (ask beforehand).
Train from Santiago to A Coruña
Fare: Depends on the schedule.
Payment method: Cash or credit card buying tickets at the train station. Or buy them in advance at refe.com or thetrainline.com.
From train station to Igalia office (11 min walk).
Bus from Santiago Airport to Hotel Atlántico in A Coruña - Airport bus stop
You can request the driver to stop at Bus Station ("Estación de Autobuses"). On the way back you should pick the bus on the other side of the road, in the gas station ("gasolinera").
Fare: 7.55€. Payment method: Only cash, buy on the bus. Schedules (quite limited):
Porto Airport (OPO) is connected to several big cities like: New York, Toronto, Montreal, Rio, Sao Paulo, Londo, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Paris.
To get to the venue from Porto Airport:
Train and bus connections to A Coruña are available from all major cities in Spain. The train and bus stations are a short walk from the venue and hotel.
It is also possible to drive to A Coruña.
If you would like us to book your reservation at the Avenida, please let us know the room size (single or double) and name(s) under which we should book the room. If you would prefer to book your own reservation at the Avenida, please do it via email and be sure to mention Igalia in order to get the event rate.
Other options are:
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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.
Breaches of the code of conduct should be reported in one of the following ways: