Re: [linux-forum] Re: [usclug-chat] Re: [Lula] Re: Red Hat coming to town Nov 12th - need auditorium
- kilroy wrote:
> We could likely get a room for them. I read Nov. 12th but IProbably late afternoon. I'm guessing 3PM - 6PM: 3PM for setup,
> didn't catch if they want it for a full day, evening or morning?
4PM event starts; 5PM event turns into schmoozefest; 6PM all done.
Capacity 60 or 90 would be good... that room you used for the Eric Raymond
talk a couple years ago would be fine.
- kilroy wrote:
> I'm working on getting the same room we had for Eric Raymond reservedGreat, thanks! Two changes:
> 3pm-6pm. The Southern California Linux Expo is keeping many of our lug
> members busy over here since it is a lug heavy event. USCLUG can likely
> get a room ...
1. we don't need the hour setup beforehand (the LPBN interview will
be at another site).
2. I was reminded that it would be hard for many people to attend
a 4PM event. (Also, the Red Hat guys expressed a mild preference
for a later time slot.) If we have the informal part at 5 or 6PM, and
the roundtable at 6 or 7 PM, we might get higher attendance.
So my preference might be to reserve the room from 6PM to 8PM.
What do others think?
> but we need other lugs to do the leg work for the event sinceI have preliminary publicity up at http://www.lalugs.org, and Red Hat
> we are spread thin.
will have some up at http://www.redhat.com soon. Don't worry,
we know you're all busy with SCALE.
> It would be great if the Caltech guys continue pursuing a room in case weIndeed. We may also be able to get a place at CSU Dominguez Hills,
> can not come through with one.
but let's try for USC or Caltech first, those names might draw