kevin lyda wrote:
>On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 12:45:42PM -0000, Dermot Daly wrote:
>>>>To the committee:
>>Could you guys add some information regarding the Expo? I think it
>>would be easier to offer participation if people knew:
>>>>When exactly is the Expo?
>>>>>>april 28th and 29th.
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>>>>>What sort of effors is required to typically organise it ? E.g. how many
>>hours per week will be required, and for how many weeks?
>>>>>>it depends on what you want to do. in the past it's needed 6 to 8 people.
>there's a booth and the booth realistically always needs 2 people at
>the booth (so you really need 3 people at any time since people need to
>visit toilets and eat).
>>>>>How long does it run for?
>>i see lots of ideas - many that will take large time commitments (for
>both doing and fundraising for). it would be excellent to see them
>happen. but i don't see any organisation.
>>>A lot of the ideas discussed so far are not feasible in the timeframe.
Personally though I am glad to see this sort of brain storm though so we
can try to pick out some of the best ideas/key areas.
>would an expo mailing list help?
>>>At this stage I personally think it is better to keep the discussion on
the ilug list until we have enough volunteers (hint hint everyone) and
can converge on some plans)
>we need to give scope an answer soon if we're going to participate. if
>people want to do this you'll need to come up with a plan soon.
>>>Do we know what sort of space we have been allocated? That could help
us shape our plans?
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