Aine Douglas wrote:
> On 8/14/06, Marcus Furlong <furlongm at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> And a couple of things I forgot to ask/mention...
>>>> 1. Can anyone suggest some sort of social event for 150 geeks around
>> Why not setup "orienteering" geek style, make it a war driving event
> where the location of the first weak wireless station is given in GPS
> co-ords** and it contains the location of the next and so on and so on
> around town, and whoever checks in at the end in the fastest time gets
> a one off ILUG- 2006 Wardriving Champion t-shirt.
>> Or maybe you'd have to throw in cold pizza etc for the runners up just
> to make it more geeky.
>>> ** To add a real sting, don't tell them how it starts just tell them
> to bring a GPS device and then watch them wonder how they're going to
> enter in the first set of c-ords into their garmin... heh...
Hahaha, not a bad idea!! However, I'm hoping for something a little less
hands-on, probably involving a few pints and decent bit of grub... :)
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