WineConf is the Wine Project's annual conference, where members of the Wine community, the broader Free Software community and interested users meet up over food and beverages. We traditionally also have a number of talks by attendees, as well as some formal and informal discussions about anything vaguely Wine related. This year, we will also be celebrating the Wine Project's 25th anniversary.
June 29 - July 1 2018
We have a pool of rooms reserved at the rates below for WineConf attendees. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org before May 1 2018, and we'll get you in contact with the hotel.
Rates are per room per night, including breakfast, and excluding local city tax of €3.40 per person per night.
|Single occupancy||Double occupancy|
|2 night stay||€109||€124|
|3 night stay||€105||€120|
Conference attendance is free of charge. If you'd like to attend WineConf 2018, add your name to the list of attendees below and/or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive updates. For questions, send an e-mail to either of those, or join us in #winehackers on the Freenode IRC network.
The airport with the best connection to The Hague is Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS). A possible alternative is Rotterdam The Hague Airport (RTM). There's an approximately 30 minute direct train connection from "Schiphol Airport" to "Den Haag Centraal" (The Hague Central Station) for €8,50. From there you can get to the hotel either by taxicab or public transport.
For attendees travelling from France, Belgium or Germany, the high-speed Thalys may be an option.
The Hague is well connected by road, but please be aware that paid parking is in effect in practically the entire city centre.
Within The Hague:
The Hague has a decent public transport system, as well as plenty of taxicab providers.
The Wine Development Fund will sponsor WineConf attendance for contributors to Wine that would not otherwise be able to attend. Contact Jeremy White to request a sponsorship. If instead you'd like to make a donation to the Wine Development Fund, we'll gladly accept those as well.
Still largely TBD. In case of sufficient interest there will likely be a Friday afternoon programme, so it may be worth planning to arrive Friday morning rather than Friday evening.
- Henri Verbeet