> But, if people want to develop other venues, it seems reasonable to talk about them
I, for one, would be majorly pissed off if someone started a local
vintage computer event outside of MARCH. On the other hand, if you
people talk, then it's my job to listen. :)
We could do this as a fall event entirely separate from VCF. November
might be a good time for it.
I envision a single-day straightforward swap meet. No-frills booths for
$25 each; general admission for $10 each; kids get in free.
That would make it easy for sellers to make back their money, and easy
for MARCH to profit.
But first I'll check the InfoAge schedule. Will see what else is
happening around that time. OMARC seems to have swap meets on a regular
basis (but they don't have anything like VCF). I'll find out how they go
about it; maybe they'll have some good advice for us.