Big news for all Tango Windows users :
As announced at the last Tango meeting in Florence Continuous Integration for Tango and PyTango has been set up for Windows!!! Now the latest versions of Tango and PyTango are automatically built for a large variety of Windows platforms and compilers.
Good news everyone!
JTango has finally made it into maven central:
Special thanks to Reynald Bourtembourg! He has made a considerable input to the process.
This workshop gave a general overview of the TANGO control system framework and its different aspects including latest developments.
We remind you that the TANGO collaboration meeting will take place in Florence, hosted by the Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory in the nice location of Convitto de La Calza, from June 6th to 8th.
All the seats have been taken - if you are still interested in attending then please follow the event via the online streaming. Details on how to follow the event online will be posted here as soon as they are known.
You can find the program here: https://www.ict.inaf.it/indico/event/514/
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.
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
Feel free to join: http://doodle.com/poll/rmyvu2dcbw5b5c9w
Here is a draft of the timetable (will be updated once new talks are submitted):