I am back home after FLOSSCamp 2010 and swamped with work, having to prepare a lot of content, photos and videos, since many communities are waiting for them (mostly the photos only). So long story short, here are the photos, enjoy them.
Now short story long, we left Bucharest as a group from 3 communities, RLUG, Ceata and Fedora:
Here we meet the people from SbLUG, who arrived early and settled the camp location, it was a good location.
After we placed the tents I disturbed the event (again) by getting out my (in)famous toys and everybody started to play with them:
When the light dimmed, we moved to the nearby chalet for a good dinner and fun time, with music and dance, until late in the night. Sometime over the top (funny to see geeks dancing)
We went to sleep around 1 am, passed a night under a heavy rain with wind, lightning and thunders (my tent resisted well) only to wake-up for one of the most beautiful forest lights I ever saw (hmmm... I guess I should send it as a supplementar wallpaper proposal:
After a late breakfast (so many overslept and lost that magic morning light...) we went for a little walk in the forest, eating a lot of berries (raspberries and blackberries) and playing to a creek
And return just in time for a bowl of spicy community goulash (apparently the cook's speciality):
Once more I showed my evil side, then people tried an afternoon nap and I destroyed it taking out the toys again, I am definitely evil and probably I am going to be banned from community meetings :D
Later we had a few formal presentations, I did catch a couple of them: Open High School and Fii Liber and missed at least another one (can't blame me, I was busy taking photos and such).
After the dinner we moved around a camp fire and talked until late in the night (2 AM, IIRC, when the false alarm of another rain scared us)
In the morning the weather was gloomier, so we sat next to the fire more and talked about community structure with people from openSUSE România and Ubuntu România.
We took the obligatory group photos (unfortunately after some people left, she should have done this one day before):
While everybody was packing I had my tome to get crazy and embarrass myself (like I care!):
And we returned home (not before a last rounds of beers, of course)
See you next year!