Re: Official RSVP communique
- Probably can't make it. Though there is a small chance that I might.
--- In email@example.com, "Evan Koblentz" <evan@...>
> Consider this the final "who's coming" thread for this Saturday's
> party / swap meet / tech day. I need to get an accurate head count.gate. Go
> When entering the main InfoAge parking lot, there is a large metal
> through the gate (no guard) and the Telecom Building is on theright.
> This is really important: the main hotel building is playing host to
> train show, so just like during VCF they don't want anyone from thegeneral
> public going in through the metal gate. PLEASE REMEMBER TO CLOSETHE GATE
> BEHIND YOU *** EVERY *** TIME YOU PASS THROUGH IT. Also, if anyonewants to
> check out the trains, you have to enter via the hotel lobby and paythe
> admission. No sneaking in through the back hallway. Seriously.will give
> I plan to arrive in the late morning on Saturday. Fred or Steve
> us a key to the cottage. As explained in a past email, the cottage....
> accomodations are not exactly Hyatt quality .... I advise bringing a
> sleeping bag, or inflatable air mattress and blanket, or whatever
> however the kitchen and bathroom are in good shape.but they
> Other people / some other group will be staying there Friday night
> should be leaving around the time when we "check in" that afternoon.each the
> As for the Telecom Building itself, it's divided into three rooms,
> size of a classroom. I found out tonight that some high schooldrama club
> is using one of the other rooms to practice military-style drilling.about this:
> Presumably they'll be making some noise. I have mixed feelings
> on one hand, Fred is WELL aware that we already booked the wholebuilding
> for Saturday, and he admittedly screwed up by telling another groupit's
> available ... on the other hand, I'm happy that InfoAge is findingso much
> success and that the calender is filling up. Bottom line, we'llgrab one of
> the other two rooms in that building (plenty of space; it's not likewe
> would've used the whole building anyhow). If the other group getstoo
> noisy, then I say we retaliate and throw off thier beat by playingsome 70s
> arcade music or 80s PC gaming sounds on full blast!!! Anyone got akitchen,
> compilation? :)
> Also the Telecom Building does have a working bathroom, but not a
> so it'd be good if someone brings a larger cooler and a few bags ofice.
> Fred will put in a couple of electric space heaters. (The buildinghas HVAC
> but it's currently broken.) Also he'll be putting in some tablesfor our
> use, but of course this event is totally internal and informal, soit's not
> like the VCF where everything will be neat and organized. Be readyto
> scrounge and improvise; there's nothing wrong with putting down ablanket
> (that you bring) and using the floor. Good news however -- unlikein the
> hotel it IS okay if we get solder on the floor or whatever .....personal
> Hardware-wise, please keep in mind that MARCH / InfoAge is not your
> trash dump. We might call dibs on any "leftover" items, but chancesare
> that everyone should be prepared to bring HOME whatever's not givenaway or
> This event ends whenever we're done. I guess that's sometime
> Personally I need to wake up and leave EARLY on Sunday because Ihave to be
> home by 9:30am Sunday ..... stinks but it's necessary.
> Anyone have questions?
- Whoops, I guess I should RSVP.
I will be there around noon, plus or minus an insignificant epsilon.
Will there be some sort of MP3 playing device?
I've got some interesting MP3 files.
I've also got the two most recent episodes of "The IT Crowd" as AVI files
if we'll have any way to project those.
I'm bringing stuff for various people (you know who you are)
and some trinkets for possible trade.
I'm happy to have any unwanted Gameboy (original!) carts.
And as a point of information, I've still got a complete Amiga 2000HD
setup for sale:
See you tomorrow,