On Mon, Mar 27, 2000 at 01:54:28PM +0100, Liam Bedford mentioned:
> I was going to say one thing about the next meeting. Seeing as it's
> going to be between the 14th and 21st of April, and the _full_ bus
> strike is due to start April 12th, would it be a good idea to consider
> holding it out west somewhere?
Or perhaps leave it a little more than a month ?
It would be cool if we could have an installfest the same day. Does
anyone have a suggestion as to a venue that would allow the
mass-transportation of machines to ? If said venue costed money, I don't
think there would be a problem charging a quid in, or getting some sort of
sponsorship to cover it (I'm thinking of the Amiga Parties in the Royal
Dublin hotel, years and years ago).
Anyway, I'm waiting for someone to say "You could use the hall in our gym
in college, if you were all out by six on a saturday" or something, so we
could have the meeting/bof meetings in a more comfortable place, but the
installfest room wouldn't be a place where security would have a baby if
they saw 50 geeks carrying computers out the one door :)
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