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Waltz (TangoWebapp) workshop @Solaris

Waltz (TangoWebapp) workshop at Solaris.

A number of presentations and live sessions will be given to introduce current state of the Tango web platform.

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Past events

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    Tango Users Meeting Russia

    Dear Tango Users,

    I am pleased to announce first Tango Users Meeting in Russia.

    The goal of this meeting is to gather Tango Users in Russia, share projects, experience and prepare a wish-list for the next Tango version. The results of this meeting will be presented on 31th Tango Users Meeting in Firenze.

    The meeting will take place in Moscow on May, 18th 10-17:00.

    The meeting will take place at:

    Nastavnicheskiy per., 17, str. 1
    Moscow
    Russia

    Feel free to join: http://doodle.com/poll/rmyvu2dcbw5b5c9w

    Here is a draft of the timetable (will be updated once new talks are submitted):

     

    Regards,

      Igor Khokhriakov

     

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    Write-the-docs camp

    A Write-the-docs camp will be held in Grenoble. The camp will be a 3 day event to work exclusively on writing documentation for Tango.

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    30th Tango Collaboration meeting

    The next general assembly of the TANGO community will take place the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of June 2016  at Toulouse in France on the site of the French National Aerospace Lab ONERA :

    1. Location map
    2. Agenda here
    3. Details  here

    The meeting is over. It was attended by 50 people. Most of them can be see in the traditional group photo.

     

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    TANGO@SKA harmonisation meeting

    A meeting will be held to discuss the best way to use TANGO for the SKA project. The meeting is entitled :

    More info and the program can be found on the meeting web page https://indico.skatelescope.org/event/377/

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    TANGO Workshop at ICALEPCS 2015

    A TANGO workshop took place as part of the ICALEPCS 2015 conference in Melbourne.

    The TANGO workshop  presented the TANGO control system toolkit. The basics of TANGO and how to write a device server and client were introduced. Then attendees learned how to build graphical user interfaces using Taurus. An overview was given of all the bindings to tools and languages which are available for TANGO. The second half of the workshop was dedicated to the historical archiving system solutions, how to install and use them. The last session was dedicated to advanced features in TANGO. The day  concluded with a question and answer discussion session.

     

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