As you may have heard, CocoaDevHouse is an un-conference for the people by the people that is now scheduled to start on April 21st in Amsterdam. RSVP on Upcoming. For those in Europe, see what's happening and get involved. It's sure to be a great time. Some details from the wiki:
The event will be cohosted by our two generous venue donors: Mediamatic and Fleck.com
The CocoaDevHouse hackathon event will take place in the fabulous "Le Mepris" and exhibition designed to resemble an airport lounge. Willem Welthoven of Mediamatic has also very kindly offered us the use of a reinstated Food Facility and GarageBox Bar for the duration of the event. So that's a hackathon, in an airport lounge, in an art exhibition!
Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten of Fleck.com has kindly offered us of his space so if people are up for breakout sessions / informal stuff that's not hacking, (I know a few are) then we can use Fleck's office.
In true wiki spirit, CocoaDevHouse planning has spread to Australia, Europe, and to various cities around the States. Don't ask when CocoaDevHouse is coming to a city near you, but how many OS X enthusiasts you know nearby. Then simply add your city to the wiki, blog about it and ask others to spread the word. We will soon have a "Spread CocoaDevHouse" page on the wiki (who's going to beat me to creating that? Spread Barcamp is an honorable example).
Don McAllister, host of the new EuroMacPodcast has reported on the event in his inaugural podcast. Check it out and support his efforts to cover Mac news from a European perspective. Props to Don for helping to spread CocoaDevHouse in Europe.