Je n'ai pas encore eu le temps de beaucoup chercher, mais je n'ai pas connaissance d'un site web recensant les informations à ce propos, et donc, je vais relayer le mail envoyé il y a une semaine sur plusieurs listes de diffusion, donc la liste perlrdf :
Co-hosted with the annual Geilo seminar of The Norwegian Computer Society we are proud to announce the first International Hacking RDF with Perl Hackathon at Geilo in Norway from the 19th to the 21st of April 2010.
Geilo is a ski resort beautifully situated in the mountains mid-way between Norway's two largest cities Oslo and Bergen, with a train connection to both cities. The annual Geilo seminar has a practical use of Semantic Web track as one of its three tracks, with Greg Williams and Toby Inkster as invited speakers.
The hackathon is organised separately, with these prominent Perl hackers leading the event:
Gregory Todd Williams is the author of RDF::Trine and RDF::Query. He is a Ph.D. student at the Tetherless World Constellation group at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a prominent member of the SPARQL Working Group, where he is the editor of SPARQL 1.1 Service Description.
Toby Inkster is the author of a large number of RDF-related Perl modules on CPAN: http://search.cpan.org/~tobyink/ , including RDFa parsers, HTML5 microdata parsers, FOAF+SSL authentication modules, etc. He is also a co- inventor of the FOAF+SSL protocol.
Kjetil Kjernsmo is the local organiser, and has been following the RDF world since 1998. He prefers to write in Perl and has a few relevant modules on CPAN. While a member of the Semantic Web Education and Outreach IG, he took the initiative to the Community Projects, that lead to the Linked Open Data project. He has also been a member of the POWDER and SPARQL WGs.
The hackathon will formally convene at 16:00 local time on Monday 19th of April and last until noon Wednesday 21st of April, only interrupted by participants giving talks at the co-located seminar, and we have the possibility of informal chat and hack before that time too.
We will identify a number of subjects that would be interesting to hack on leading up to the event. The discussion will take place on the perlrdf mailing list. To be added to this list, please visit: http://lists.perlrdf.org/listinfo/dev
Beyond accomodation and transportation, there will be a small conference fee, which is currently discussed. Please state your interest to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Je ne saurai malheureusement pas y participer, mais s'il y a moyen de se joindre au hackathon via le web, je le ferai sans aucun doute !