Traffic has picked up a little on guadec-list recently, with more people asking questions about how to get to GUADEC, and suggestions for the schedule and the like.
If you've been putting it off, now is definitely the time to subscribe. As I said a couple of weeks back, no GUADEC announcements are going to go to any other maining list from now on. I don't want to spam people not coming, and I'm expecting everyone who is coming to be subscribed.
The wiki is still there, awaiting your questions, hints, tips, ideas, rants and jokes. Mosey on over to http://live.gnome.org/Stuttgart2005 and help us make GUADEC.
Monday afternoon is officially GNOME planning time. There is a planning session for GNOME 3.0, as well as 2 full hours of time for team meetings, roadmap discussion, information sharing and general fun.
To help organise that time a little, we're going to hang general labels on some of the main halls - things like "Developers platform", "Desktop", "Marketing and user groups". From around now, we are actively looking for people to lead those sessions - they should be pretty self-organising, but the idea is that teams split off into smaller rooms, do their planning, then come back to the main hall during the second hour and present an overview of the big things to come out of the planning.
So a GTK+ guy will know that the GTK+ planning session will kick off in the "Developers platform" hall, where he will meet up with all the other GTK+ guys. The Cairo, libgnome, bindings, libglade, gconf and other API guys will all be there too. Perhaps they will decide to have a group session for half an hour, then split off. Hey, it's your conference.
So - go wild! What do you want to do at the end of May? Let us know on guadec-list and live.gnome.org/Stuttgart2005.