Mercurial Conference Paris 2019
Tuesday, May 28th, 2019
From 9.00am to 5.00pm, in Paris at Mozilla's headquarters.
Mercurial is a free distributed Source Control Management system. It offers an intuitive interface to efficiently handle projects of any size. With its powerful extension system, Mercurial can easily adapt to any environment.
This first edition targets organizations that are currently using Mercurial or considering switching from another Version Control System, such as Subversion.
Attending the conference will allow users to share ideas and version control experiences in different industries and at a different scales. It is a great opportunity to connect with Mercurial core developers and get updates about modern workflow and features.
Mercurial's Conference Program
08:30 — Welcome coffee
09:00 — Introduction
10:00 — Coffee break
10:15 — Workflow Session
- Rhode Code usage at Esker, by Michael Piffret (Esker)
- Mercurial usage at Pythonian, by Aurelien Campeas (Pythonian)
- Modern Mercurial Workflow, by Pierre-Yves David (Octobus)
11:15 — Coffee break
11:30 — Hosting
- Presentation of SourceHut, by Drew Devault (SourceHut)
- Presentation of RhodeCode, by Marcin Kuzminski (RhodeCode)
- Presentation of Heptapod, by Georges Racinet (Octobus)
12:30 — Lunch Break
14:00 — Tooling
- What do we use within our public CI, by Boris Feld (Octobus)
- Using Drone CI with Mercurial, by Christophe de Vienne (XCG consulting)
- TortoiseHg, a cross plateform GUI for Mercurial, by Raphaël Gomès (Octobus)
15:00 — Coffee Break
15:15 — Scaling
- Mercurial as a SVN replacement, by Boris Feld (Octobus)
- Mirroring large repositories, by Jan Heylen (Nokia)
- The Oxidation Plan, Using Rust in Mercurial, by Raphaël Gomes (Octobus)
16:00 — Coffee Break
16:15 — Feedback and talk about the future, by Pierre-Yves David (Octobus)
17:00 — Conference Conclusion
Mercurial Conference in Paris took place on Tuesday, May 28th from 9.00am to 5.00pm at Mozilla's headquarters.
16 bis boulevard Montmartre 75009 Paris FRANCE
Mercurial Conference Paris Organization Committee
Logilab - Marla da Silva 104 boulevard Auguste Blanqui 75013 Paris - France Phone: +33 6 74 81 21 27 firstname.lastname@example.org