Sage Days 77 --- April 4--8, 2016, Cernay
Sage developers days on packaging, portability, documentation tools
Cernay-la-Ville, Yvelines (near Paris and Orsay, France)
Sage Days 77 was held in Cernay-la-Ville (40km South-West of Paris, near Orsay), April 4-8, 2016.
This workshop is also "Sage Days 77", part of a long tradition of Sage Days.
The workshop was funded by OpenDreamKit, with material help from the Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique, the Mathematics and the Computer Science Departments at Université Paris-Sud, Orsay.
Nicolas M. Thiéry (Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique, Université Paris Sud, algebraic combinatorics, category infrastructure in Sage, ... Sunday evening to Saturday morning)
Samuel Lelièvre (Laboratoire de mathématique d'Orsay, Université Paris-Sud, algebraic combinatorics, documentation, parallel computations, Sunday evening to Saturday morning)
- Jeroen Demeyer, University of Ghent / Université Paris-Sud (arrive Sunday evening around 22:45 at Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse; depart Saturday morning)
Luca De Feo, Laboratoire de Mathématiques de Versailles, Université de Versailles (Sunday evening to Saturday morning)
- Jean-Pierre Flori, ANSSI (Friday all day long)
- Julien Cristau, Logilab, Debian
- David Douard, Logilab, Debian, GUI, python.
- Florent Cayré, Logilab.
Andreas Enge, DR, INRIA Bordeaux–Sud-Ouest (Monday early afternoon to Friday evening or Saturday morning)
- Erik Bray, Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique, Université Paris-Sud (Sunday evening to Saturday morning)
- Florent Hivert, Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique, Université Paris Sud
- Julian Rüth (Freelance, Sunday evening, 23:00 at the airport, should be at the Saint-Rémy station at about 00:40; to Friday evening)
ThierryMonteil (not sure about the exact dates, will come by bicycle).
Salvatore Stella, INdAM - Marie Curie, Dipartimento di matematica "G. Castelnuovo", University of Rome "La Sapienza" (Wednesday 6 (late) evening or Thursday 7 morning to Saturday Friday evening)
- Robert Lehmann (Google Zurich, Sphinx co-maintainer hat, Sunday 9pm, to Tuesday 4pm)
- Antoine Teutsch, (Wednesday evening to Saturday morning)
- Sébastien Labbé, (Thursday to Friday)
- Travis Scrimshaw: I fly on Wednesday afternoon (Minneapolis time) and arrive Thursday afternoon (Germany time), but I am basically free all day Tuesday (and I wake up early). I will happy to join on Thursday or Friday as well.
- François Bissey (University of Canterbury, New Zealand, sage-on-gentoo, Monday morning, ...)
For remote discussions, we will tentatively be using:
Chat (if that integrated in the pad/video is not good enough): https://gitter.im/sagemath/sage-days77
Programme and topics
The workshop takes place in a guest house, which has comfortable working spaces, a cooking and dining area, and a few bedrooms. This favors an intense workshop, with everything taking place in the same location.
We will set up a wired internet connection and an open wifi.
The Tower can accommodate 8-10 people and the adjacent Grenier Royal offers room for 6 more people.
The surrounding area offers nice hiking possibilities -- bring hiking/climbing shoes.
Your music instruments and scores, card or board games, etc, are also welcome for the breaks.
Meals are cooked in turns by the participants for everyone, so bring along your favorite recipes and dishes! All diets, including vegetarian, will be taken into account.
The organizers will do some large shopping before coming, and then we will complement locally, as needed. Please send us the list of ingredients for the dish(es) you plan to prepare. We will be roughtly 10-15 and should plan for roughly 10 meals.
- Salvatore: stuffed bread, I will need flour (a couple of Kg), yeast, salt for the dough; a little garlic, olive oil red pepper and any long leaf vegetable for the stuffing (the more the better). This is usually better with some sort of sausage inside but if we need to cater to vegetarians it can be omitted. NdLuca: I see Salvatore's origins are close to mine. Some notes for the shoppers: you want "levure boulangère" for yeast, not Alsa or similar, most boulangers sell it, I can grab some at mine if needed. Concerning the "long leaf", those that can be found in France are scarole, chardon (chicorée), cerfeuil, bourrache (hard to find).
- Wednesday evening: pizza from the local pizza truck.
- Andreas: Spaetzle:
- farine, oeufs, fromage dur qui a du goût et beaucoup d'oignons. Plus de la salade pour manger autre chose que des calories...
- Erik: Sake no foil yaki; salmon or chicken (enough for everyone; chicken probably cheaper but salmon tastier IMO), shiitake and shimeji mushrooms, bell peppers (any colors), carrots, scallions, snow peas, onions, soy sauce, mirin, and sake. (I will try to bring the mushrooms, soy sauce, mirin, and sake).
- Luca: Tortano (Neapolitan Easter bread, not for the faint of heart). 1kg flour, 200g lard (saindoux), levure boulangère, 200g pork graisserons/rillons (can be replaced with dried sausage or similar), 100g provolone cheese or similar (tomme will do), parmigiano, pepper. Or I can just make pasta/lasagna, whatever
- Luca: Pastiera (Neapolitan Easter cake), if someone can bring it in a car.
Linen are provided. Please bring towels, ...
The workshop is funded by OpenDreamKit, with material help from the Mathematics and the Computer Science Departments at Université Paris-Sud, Orsay.
Accommodation and meals for all participants are covered by our funding sources.
OpenDreamKit participants should cover their travel expenses. We aim to cover travel expenses for most other participants, especially with significant skills in the workshop's themes.
From Paris to Cernay
- From centre of Paris: 40 minutes RER B to Saint-Rémy-les-Chevreuse + 15 minutes bus to Cernay-la-Ville
- From Gare Montparnasse: 35 minutes train to Rambouillet + 15 minutes bus to Cernay-la-Ville
- Bus options:
- from St Rémy les Chevreuse (RER station), bus 39-03 or 39-103
- from Rambouillet (SNCF station) line 39-03 and 39-203
Busses are run by SAVAC
- Beware that there are no buses at all to Cernay on sunday and that there are big gaps in the day with no buses!
- Of the two bus stops in Cernay, Grand'Place is closest to the guest house.
Check travel itineraries on ViaNavigo (includes trains, RER, buses).
Or ratp but only for travel up to Saint-Rémy-les-Chevreuse.
- We will run some car shuttles from Saint-Rémy-les-Chevreuse, to be planned later.