13 & 14 June | A Coruña, Galicia, Spain
Web Engines Hackfest 2022

The Hackfest

The 2022 Web Engines Hackfest will take place in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain from Monday, June 13th to Tuesday, June 14th.

  • Web Engines Hackfest 2018 - Main Room

    Participants

    This event brings together people working on the different browsers and related standards to discuss ideas and plans. Members from all parts of the web platform community including people working on the different engines (Chromium/Blink/V8, Safari/WebKit/JSC, Firefox/Gecko/SpiderMonkey, Servo), on the testing side (WPT, Test262), or on specifications (W3C, WhatWG, TC39) are welcome to join us.

  • Web Engines Hackfest 2018 - Talk

    2022 Edition

    The Web Engines Hackfest 2022 will be a hybrid event hosted onsite at Palexco, with portions also available for remote attendance.

    There is no fee to participate either remotely or onsite. But if you are planning to participate onsite, please fill out the registration form.

  • Web Engines Hackfest 2018 - Breakout session

    The Event

    This is a two-day event. The first afternoon will consist primarily of presentations. The rest of the event will have an unconference format focused on topics and tasks defined by the people attending.

    Participants should feel free to propose any topic which interests them. Some topics from previous years include: WebKit Ports (WebKitGTK and WPE), Chromium (Servicification and Ozone/Wayland), JavaScript (V8, JSC and SpiderMonkey), Web Predictability and Compatibility, WPT, Multimedia, Media Source, WebRTC, CSS, MathML, Graphics, WebGL, Fonts, Accessibility, Servo, WebAssembly.

    Visit the hackfest wiki page for scheduling, breakout sessions, and other information related to the event.

  • Web Engines Hackfest 2019 - Talk

    Call For Papers

    The Web Engines Hackfest is now accepting proposals for presentations for this year's event. Both onsite and remote presentations are welcome and can cover any topic related to the web platform.

    To submit your proposal, please complete this form by April 30th, 2022. If your talk is selected you will be notified by May 15th, 2022.

  • Web Engines Hackfest 2018 - Discussion

    Previous Hackfests

    The Web Engines Hackfest, formery known as the WebkitGTK+ Hackfest, has been held annually since 2009. Information from previous years can be found on the following pages: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2021.

    In addition, you can watch the talks from previous editions on our YouTube channel.

  • 13 & 14
    June
    2022

Talks

Venue

This year we have a new venue: Palexco (Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos).

Picture of Palexco building

Palexco
Muelle de Transatlánticos s/n
15003, A Coruña
Galicia (Spain)

Travel and Accommodation

Fly to A Coruña (recommended)

A Coruña Airport (LCG) is connected to Amsterdam/Schiphol , Barcelona, London/Gatwick, Paris/Orly and Madrid.

To get to the venue from A Coruña Airport:

  • Taxi - 15 min - Airport taxi stand.
    Fare: The cost is usually 15-20€.
    Payment method: Cash or credit card (ask beforehand).
  • Bus - 20 min - Airport bus stop.
    Use the Airport-City Center Bus line (Line 4051 Centro da cidade - Aeroporto.).
    Stop at "Praza de Ourense" or "Porta Real". Any of them are close to Palexco.
    Fare: 1.50€ (0.85€ with metropolitan card).
    Payment method: Only cash, buy on the bus.
    Schedules:
    • On working days, both from A Coruña and from the airport, buses run from 7:15 to 21.45 every half hour.
    • On Saturdays they leave from A Coruña every hour from 7:30 to 22:30, and from the airport from 8:00 to 22:00 also every hour.
    • On Sundays and bank-holidays they leave every hour, from A Coruña from 8:30 to 22:30, and from the airport from 9:00 to 22:00.

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Fly to Santiago

Santiago Airport (SCQ) is connected to Madrid, Barcelona, Amsterdam/Schiphol, Basel/Mulhouse, Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin, Edinburg, Frankfurt, Geneva, London, Milan/Bergamo, Paris and Zurich.

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:

  • Bus/Taxi + Train + Bus - 40 min (bus)/20 min (taxi) + 30 min (train) + 10 min (bus)

    Bus from Santiago Airport to train station - Airport bus stop
    Stop at Train Station ("Hórreo (estación)" "Estación de Tren/Ferrocarril").
    Fare: 1€.
    Payment method: Cash.
    Schedules.

    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 (Warning: On Sunday's afternoons/evengins or Monday's mornings the train can be full so booking in advance is recommended).

    Bus from Train Station to Palexco - Line 5 (direction "Durmideiras/Adormideras")
    Pick the bus at "Estación Trens Glorieta" (bus stop number 119).
    Stop at "Autoridade Portuaria".
    Fare: 1.20€.
    Payment method: Cash.

  • Taxi - 45 min

    Direct taxi from Santiago Airport to A Coruña - Airport taxi stand.
    Fare: Around 80€.
    Payment method: Cash, credit card (ask beforehand), or book in advance at taxigalicia.com.

  • Direct bus - 60 min

    Bus from Santiago Airport to A Coruña - Airport bus stop
    Fare: 6.55€.
    Payment method: Only cash, buy on the bus.
    Schedules (quite limited).

Fly to Porto (Portugal)

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:

  • Rent a car - 3 hours
    Porto airpot is about 300km away from A Coruña.
  • Bus - 5 hours
    Fare: 50€.
    Payment method: Buy ticket online.

Train or Bus

Train and bus connections to A Coruña are available from all major cities in Spain.

  • Train + Bus (10 min): Train tickets to get to A Coruña are available from Renfe or thetrainline.com.

    Bus from Train Station to Palexco - Line 5 (direction "Durmideiras/Adormideras")
    Pick the bus at "Estación Trens Glorieta" (bus stop number 119).
    Stop at "Autoridade Portuaria".
    Fare: 1,20€.
    Payment method: Cash.

  • Bus + Bus (10 min): Bus tickets to get to A Coruña are available from ALSA amongst other carriers.

    Bus from Bus Station to Palexco - Line 1A (direction "Abente e Lago")
    Pick the bus at "Cabaleiros, Estación Bus" (bus stop number 074).
    Stop at "Autoridade Portuaria".
    Fare: 1,20€.
    Payment method: Cash.

Car

It is also possible to drive to A Coruña.

Accommodation

There are a bunch of nice hotels around the event venue (Palexco).

Options:

Covid rules

As the Web Engines Hackfest welcomes the web community back to our sites in 2022 with a long-awaited return to in-person events, we continue to prioritize the safety of our participants and staff.

The Web Engines Hackfest organizers continuously monitor local guidelines and regulations related to COVID-19. The changeable nature of the pandemic means that regular updates to this policy may be necessary. We will inform registered participants about any substantial changes to this document.

By attending, you agree to abide by applicable Spanish regulations for indoor activities and the Web Engines Hackfest health & safety rules, and to conduct yourself in accordance with all provided instructions. This will include, but is not limited to:

  • refraining from coming to the event if you have COVID-19 or its symptoms, or if you are required to be in self-isolation or quarantine by COVID-19 regulations in Spain or at the location you are travelling from;
  • complying with the prevailing mask-wearing policy communicated at the event; Even if the regulations remove the obligation to wear masks, the organization establishes masks as strongly recommended;
  • following instructions on physical distancing and crowd circulation at the event;
  • observing good hand-washing and hygiene etiquette.

More information can be found at: sanidad.gob.es

Registration form for travellers from outside Spain: coronavirus.sergas.gal

Galician COVID phone number: +34 881 54 00 45

Notes

  • Usual timetables. Lunch time: 13:00 - 15:30. Dinner time: 20:30 - 22:30. Note that you won't be able to find a restaurant open for lunch at 12:00 or for dinner at 18:00, neither at 19:00; thus you might want to start your day a bit "later" than usual. Main reason behind this is that A Coruña is in the same timezone than central Europe, and sunrise and sunset times are somehow shifted with regard to common standards in other parts of the world.
  • Language. The official languages in A Coruña are Galician and Spanish. Not everybody is able to understand or speak English (in the bus, taxi, hotel, etc). The Web Engines Hackfest is run in English.
  • Climate. A Coruña has a climate heavily moderated by the Atlantic Ocean. Average temperatures are around 10ºC (51ºF) in winter and 19ºC (66ºF) during summer. (See more info at Wikipedia).
  • Tourism. Tourism A Coruña website.

Sponsors

More sponsors are welcome! If you would like to contribute as a sponsor, please contact us.

Host & Organizer

Gold Sponsors

Other Sponsors

Code of Conduct

Igalia is a project which attempts to make space for equality within a system that is highly unequal. In order to do this, we must counter the structural discrimination that surrounds us in the world and, in particular, in our industry. Our desire is expressed through our foundational principles, our internal processes, and guidelines for how we treat each other. The ultimate goal of the code of conduct is to keep Igalia welcoming for all those who interact with us in good faith and to be a positive and fulfilling influence in the lives of the people within our community.

This code of conduct has three sections. In the first section, we present the ideals we believe should underlie interactions within Igalia. In the second section, we describe types of unacceptable behavior. Finally, in the third section, we describe how to report problems, so that we can take steps to ensure that Igalia remains both safe and healthy.

This policy applies in all of the following contexts:

  • The Igalia offices
  • All internal and external meetings including assemblies and the partners council
  • All mailing lists, bug trackers, wikis, and all other online services
  • Igalia sponsored social gatherings such as summits
  • Igalia hosted conferences, hackathons, and other public and private events
  • At all times where a person is acting as a representative of Igalia, including sponsored external events, communities, or using a company e-mail address

Expected Behavior

Be Respectful and Kind

Always assume that others are competent and trying to do their best. Look out for one another and offer help when it is appropriate and welcome. The words you choose are important, so choose them carefully. Be aware that words and imagery have different meanings across countries, cultures, and communities. If you are unsure whether something is appropriate, it is better to keep it to yourself. Be quick to apologize and learn from your mistakes.

Include Everyone

Encourage all voices. Amplify new points of view and listen actively. If you find yourself dominating a discussion, it is especially important to step back and make room for other voices. When repeating ideas and suggestions, give credit to the person who introduced them. Be aware of the amount of time taken up by the dominant members of the group. When it is possible, make sure there are alternative ways to contribute.

Seek Understanding and Consensus

Discussion and debate are essential to Igalia, but we have to remember that we are not trying to “win” disagreements. Always try to encourage constructive discussions and inclusive thinking so that we are working with a wide range of perspectives. At the same time, reject intolerance and the dehumanization of others.

Speak Up

The responsibility for maintaining a safe environment is shared among all of us. If you think something violates the code of conduct, say something.

Unacceptable Behavior

  • Unwelcome, offensive or hurtful comments or jokes related to age, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, illnesses, mental illness, neuro(a)typicality, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, national origin, nationality, ancestry, or pregnancy
  • Unwelcome, offensive, or hurtful comments or jokes regarding a person’s lifestyle choices and practices
  • Deliberate misgendering, use of “dead” or rejected names, or use of inappropriate nicknames
  • Gratuitous or off-topic sexual images or behavior, non-consensual physical contact and simulated physical contact, or any other type of unwelcome sexual attention
  • Violence, threats of violence, or incitement of violence, including encouraging others to commit self-harm
  • Deliberate intimidation or the sabotage of work
  • Stalking or unwelcome photography, recording, or logging of online activity
  • Sustained disruption of discussion
  • A pattern of inappropriate social contact, such as requesting/assuming inappropriate levels of intimacy with others
  • Deliberate “outing” of any aspect of a person’s identity without their consent except as necessary to protect vulnerable people from intentional abuse
  • Publication of private and personal (unrelated to work) communication, except when it is used as evidence of a code of conduct violation
  • Retaliation for reporting a code of conduct violation

It is impossible to list all types of unacceptable behavior, but a general rule is that conduct committed in bad faith, which causes harm or distress, or after requests to stop is unacceptable. This includes actions taken without malice. When in doubt, take responsibility for your actions, apologize, and move on. Finally, reporting a violation of the code of conduct does not ever violate the code of conduct.

Reporting

There are several ways that you can report behavior that makes you or others feel unsafe, unwelcome, or excluded. These include:

Emails sent to conduct (at) igalia.com are received by:

  • Andy Wingo
  • Javier Moran
  • Brenna Brown
  • Germán Poo-Caamaño
  • Jeongeun Kim
  • Ioanna Dimitriou

For urgent issues, you may also call +34 951 204 844 and then enter the PIN 1818 followed by the hash sign (#).

People reported as violating the code of conduct will not take part in the process of handling that report. After the report, immediate action will be taken to ensure the safety and well-being of those involved.

Contact Us

@webhackfest

hackfest@webengineshackfest.org

+34 981 913 991