We had a great meet-up in Utrecht. Here is a picture: From left to right: Renee Hoekzema, Marina Logares, Joey van Langen, Aldo Witte, Luca Accornero (in the back), Alvaro del Pino Gomez (in the front), Thomas Rot. We had some interesting discussions regarding the past and future of mathoverflow!


The group hosted by Alec had a great time with Anton, Anna, Anton, Peter, Gjergji, Larry, Cheryl, and Gerhard attending. (Photo and a few more details to come.) As with any group of people predisposed to thinking, the conversations touched on politics and philosophy, and some high and low points of the forum were mentioned. There were also some minor ...


I celebrated over at my blog (and will probably continue doing so during the year).


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