The HTTP Workshop 2016 will take place in Stockholm starting tomorrow Monday, as I've mentioned before. Today we'll start off slowly by having a few pre workshop drinks and say hello to old and new friends.
I did a casual count, and out of the 40 attendees coming, I believe slightly less than half are newcomers that didn't attend the workshop last year. We'll see browser people come, more independent HTTP implementers, CDN representatives, server and intermediary developers as well as some friends from large HTTP operators/sites. I personally view my attendance to be primarily with my curl hat on rather than my Firefox one. Firmly standing in the client side trenches anyway.
Visitors to Stockholm these days are also lucky enough to arrive when the weather is possibly as good as it can get here with the warmest period through the summer so far with lots of sun and really long bright summer days.
News this year includes the @http_workshop twitter account. If you have questions or concerns for HTTP workshoppers, do send them that way and they might get addressed or at least noticed.
I'll try to take notes and post summaries of each workshop day here. Of course I will fully respect our conference rules about what to reveal or not.