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Majorca, 13. - 15.09.2019

Web Engineering unconference Europe

WEucEU is an interdisciplinary and multilanguage Unconf presented by Boot e.V.

Be part of the second Web Engineering Unconference Europe (former PHP Unconference Europe) based on the wonderful island of Majorca.

Meet great guys'n'gals, sun & fun, gripping topics without the hassle of a conference. And it's Majorca. Again! How cool is that?


We are very thankful to our sponsors that enable us to organize this event.

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About the Unconference

This is the second Web Engineering Unconference Europe ever. Since it is an un-conference it is really in your hands what will happen.

Web engineering focuses on the methodologies, techniques, and tools that are the foundation of Web application development and which support their design, development, evolution, and evaluation. Wikipedia

The learning from PHPucEU is: No chance to keep it to PHP alone. Other technologies always slipped in. So we decided to open it up in the first place and invite all web developers, engineers, architects, DevOps, not only the ones dedicated to PHP.

Join us on the lovely Island of Majorca to talk about problems and solutions we all need.

The hand that codes

Current rates for flying in and out to Palma (April 18)

  • Berlin - rates starting 150,— Euro
  • Munich -rates starting 240,— Euro
  • Hamburg - rates starting - 260,— Euro
  • London - rates starting Euro 110,— Euro
  • Paris - rates starting Euro 160,— Euro
  • Amsterdam - rates starting Euro 130,— Euro

As Mallorca is the place to be for many Europeans, they have a quite big range of possibilities for staying overnight. Our research regarding prices has brought up, that if you are looking for a place under Euro 100,— the best choices can be found on platforms as Airbnb. The district the conference center is located is called Portopi. In that area you will have a walking distance to the conference Hotel. The room rates of the hotels we recommend start by Euro 115,— per night and person - depending on cancellation conditions.

Terrace Hotel Catalonia Majorica

What is an Unconference?

Someone said: An unConference is all about people and Judith Andresen, our UnConference mentor, said: An unConference makes the coffee break a principle. We have nothing further to add.

If you want to know more, here are the details. There are two important parts:

  • There are no speakers. You decide what you want to hear about and you bring the content.
  • We'll have a lot coffee breaks. More precisely, the plan is to have a 45min session, followed by a 30min coffee break.

Coffee break as a principle

No speakers

We meet in the morning, collect contributions (talks, workshops, tutorials or discussions you can give or moderate) and interests (things you'd like to hear about, learn or check out).

All topics are presented in a few sentences and we merge topics which are similar, so it may happen that two contributions end in one session and we have great discussions.

All attendees have two votes to give feedback on what they are interested in. The sessions with the most votes win and the time table is built from them.

Then you will have a great time in the sessions.

Coffee breaks

We'll take care of the time and bring you all together for 45 minutes, so you can discuss the session you've just attended, talk about problems or ideas you have about Web Engineering, or just meet friends.

What awaits you

Open Source

Most web technologies are Open Source. There is no point in searching the same solutions over and over again. Lets find them together, once!


Discussing, Rubberducking and Exchange are vital parts of our daily business. Lets take the next step together: Connect our communities.

Learning by Teaching

Sharing stuff online on blogs or StackOverflow and such plattforms is a good thing. Have the experience in person, profit from the direct feedback.

Coffee breaks

"An unConference makes the coffee break a principle." Many and long coffee breaks help to connect and become deeply involved in conversations.


The force is with you! Decide what you want to talk and hear about. We have seen topics evolve out of nothing which became brilliant workshops.


Free your mind on our parties. Connect with your colleagues and make strangers to friends. We are on the beautiful Island of Majorca!

Impressions from last year

Still not convinced? Here are some impressions from last year.

Thanks to Ulf Wendel for the photos. See more.

Hard facts

  • What
  • Web Engineering Unconference Europe (former PHPucEU)
  • Where
  • Center Majorica at Hotel Catalonia Majorica, Palma de Majorca
  • When
  • September 13th - 15th September 2019
  • Tickets
  • Basic | Supporter
  • Wifi
  • We will offer stable and fast WIFI

Time Table

We start on Saturday at 9:30 am and on Sunday at 10:00 am.

Sessions will be 45min, coffee breaks will be 30min after each session. There will also be lunch breaks with typical Majorcan food.

More to come.

The Web Engineering Unconference Europe is taking place at the conference center of the hotel Catalonia Majorica (4*) in Palma de Majorca:

Catalonia Majorica
Carrer Garita 3
07015 Palma de Majorca

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Code of Conduct

The heart of WEucEU is people. This guideline is meant to support a happy, productive and safe event experience that can welcome new ideas and inspiration for all attendees. Regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and religion (or lack thereof). We gain strength from diversity, and actively seek participation from those who enhance it.

Read our full Code of Conduct!

WEucEU Event Safety Guidelines

The heart of WEucEU is people. This guideline is meant to support a happy, productive and safe event experience that can welcome new ideas and inspiration for all attendees. Regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and religion (or lack thereof). We gain strength from diversity, and actively seek participation from those who enhance it. These guidelines exist to ensure that diverse groups collaborate to mutual advantage and enjoyment. We will challenge prejudice that could jeopardise the participation of any person in the project, and we outline in this document expected, as well as prohibited behavior.


The following behaviors are expected and requested of all summit participants, including attendees, speakers, and staff.

Lead by example: Each individual attending this event does so on behalf of their community. This means being considerate of how your discussions, actions and decisions will represent your community.

Be respectful: Disagreement is no excuse for poor manners. We will exercise consideration and respect in our speech and actions, and consider collaboration before conflict. Ensure all voices are heard, not just the loudest.

Watch your language: Refrain from demeaning, discriminatory, or harassing behavior and speech. This includes gestures and online discussions / back-channels (like Telegram).

Take responsibility for your words & actions: We can all make mistakes; when we do, we take responsibility for them. If someone has been harmed or offended, we listen carefully and respectfully, and work to right the wrong.

Look out for each other: Be mindful of your surroundings and of your fellow participants. Alert an event organizer / Participation Team member if you notice a dangerous situation, someone in distress, or violations of this Guideline. If something makes you feel concerned, or worried - even if you’re not sure it’s a violation, it’s better to reach out, than to ignore.

Expect and accommodate cultural and personal differences: Be mindful that for many, English is a 2nd, 3rd or even 4th language, and to show patience and respect while listening to and conveying ideas. Remember that we come from many cultures and backgrounds. What is friendly in one culture may not be in another. If you’re not sure what is appropriate, just ask. Remember that due to personal, religious, or other reasons, not everyone in the group may drink alcohol or even eat certain types of food. Please respect people’s choices and preferences in this regard without question or criticism.

Ask for help: Everyone is encouraged to ask questions about this guideline.

Unacceptable Behavior

The following behaviors are considered harassment and are unacceptable:

Violence and threat of violence: This includes incitement of violence towards any individual, including encouraging a person to commit self-harm. This includes posting or threatening to post other people’s personally identifying information (“doxing”).

Derogatory language: Hurtful or harmful language related to gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, mental illness, neuro(a)typicality, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, age, or socio-economic status. This includes deliberately referring to someone by a gender that they clearly do not identify with. - If you’re unsure if a word is derogatory, don’t use it.

Sexual behavior: Unwelcome sexual attention. This includes, sexualized comments or jokes; inappropriate touching, groping, and unwelcomed sexual advances. Physical contact or simulated physical contact (e.g. textual messages like “hug” or “backrub”) without affirmative consent. This includes sharing or distribution of sexualized images. - Of course you can hug your best friend that you’ve known forever - the key word is consent.

Disruptive behavior: Sustained disruption of summit events, including talks and presentations will not be tolerated. This includes ‘talking over’ speakers, or influencing crowd actions that are contrary to the direction of the session. Influencing the over-consumption of alcohol, or making derogatory comments about those who abstain from alcohol.

Instigating: Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behavior is the same as committing that behavior yourself, and thus the same consequences apply.

Consequences of Unacceptable Behavior

Unacceptable behavior from any summit community participants, including those with decision-making authority, will not be tolerated.

Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately.

If an event participant engages in unacceptable behavior, the organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including a temporary ban or permanent expulsion from the event, as well as associated and future events without warning.

Reporting guidelines

If you are subject to or witness unacceptable behavior, or have any other concerns, please notify the summit conduct team as soon as possible by calling Fabian Blechschmidt at: +49 176 666 55 256.

Additionally, event organizers are available to help attendees engage with local law enforcement or to otherwise help those experiencing unacceptable behavior feel safe. In the context of in-person events, organizers will also provide escorts as desired by the person experiencing distress.


All attendees and organizers are expected to abide by this Code of Conduct in all venues — online and in-person — as well as in all one-on-one communications pertaining to community business.

This guideline and its related procedures also applies to unacceptable behavior occurring outside the scope of the WEucEU activities when such behavior has the potential to adversely affect the safety and well-being of attendees.

License and attribution

This Code of Conduct is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. It has been adapter with few modifications from the JSUnconf CoC. Which has been adapted with few modifications from the Mozilla leadership summit community guidelines (Thank you for very friendly and open, but also to the point guidelines!)