[EuroLLVM] Program available! Hacker's Lab topics wanted!

We are happy to announce that the list of accepted sessions is available
online [0].

The hacker's lab will be organized similar to the one at the US 2016
meeting [1]. To this end, we rely on you to send us topics via mail:
  eurollvm17-orga@cs.uni-saarland.de
We will then look for knowledgeable volunteers and have a selection
process to determine which are most interesting for the participants.

Note that we extended the early registration pricing [2] for one more
day, but it ends February 24rd!

All registered participants will receive an email with further details
and the print-at-home bus ticket via email in the week prior to the
conference. If you do not receive this email till March 22th or you have
questions in the meantime, please contact us:
  eurollvm17-orga@cs.uni-saarland.de

Special thanks to __all authors__ that submitted a proposal as well as
the __program committee members__ who reviewed the proposals in time!

[0] http://llvm.org/devmtg/2017-03//2017/02/20/accepted-sessions.html
[1] http://lists.llvm.org/pipermail/llvm-dev/2016-October/106394.html
[2] https://www.kwt-uni-saarland.de/de/buchungen/eurollvm17/registration.html

Hi Johannes, EuroLLVM’17 Organization Team,

Congratulations! – the program this year looks great! I already spotted a few talks that I simply must attend. :slight_smile:

One suggestion, if I may: when the exact schedule will be finalized, would it be possible to put it on sched.org – similar to how it was done last year (https://2016europeanllvmdevelopersmeetin.sched.com/)? I found this to be very useful for planning my participation.

Thank you for the great job you did with selecting such a diverse and interesting program!

Yours,
Andrey

It will be on sched once the exact schedule has been finalized.

Thanks,
Tanya

Hi Andrey,

Thanks for you kind words!

We are using sched.org again this time and we'll have the link ready
soonish (hopefully this week). The more people use it the better we can
predict interest in talks and therefor room assignments :wink:

Cheers,
  Johannes