No, you have to register at vintage.org. Click our event, click exhibits, click register, follow the directions. For the exhibit description put in a REAL few sentences. When you're done, the web site sends me an email, then I log in and activate your exhibit on the site.I
From: "Joe Giliberti" <Starbase89@...
Subj: Re: [midatlanticretro] VCF East 5.0 Update
Date: Wed Jul 30, 2008 6:11 am
A sentence or two? MAME. Fully Functional.
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 12:58 AM, Evan Koblentz <evan@...> wrote:
So far 5 people signed up:
Bill Degnan (Pascal)
Bill Sudbrink (Ohio Scientific)
Jim Scheef (IBM Cluster Network)
Vince Briel (Replica kit updates)
Dan Roganti (S-100 floating point ASCII art)
Id like to see a MINIMUM of 15 exhibits this year. Getting 20 is the "reach" goal.
We had 16 exhibits in 2006 and 17 in 2007 (18 if you count the MARCH table).
So far we have two confirmed speakers -- Watts Humphrey and Claude Kagan. MARCHins know Claude; go to vintage.org and click our event speakers link to learn all about Mr. Humphrey (click his photo to get his bio) ... will post Claudes info soon.
Vince Briel, in addition to exhibiting, will run a replica workshop (Apple 1 and Kim-1).
And of course well have "phase 1" of our museum exhibits open.
Ive said this before and I will repeat it: if you plan to exhibit, PLEASE sign up NOW, not later. Even if you only have a sentence or two of your exhibit description with some details to be worked out later, thats fine, as long as youre committed to it. It is vital that people sign up as early as possible so that we can advertise the VCF East as a "full" show. It stinks if we advertise the event and people look to the web site, only to see five exhibitors -- they may not come back.
Anyone who is new to VCF exhibiting should contact me off-list and I will help you formulate a plan.