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Re: [Debconf-team] DC14 help needed: TODOs

Can do airport to psu instructions.

Please respond to John@503bartley.com .

On Jun 30, 2014 11:25 PM, "Steve Langasek" <vorlon@debian.org> wrote:
Hi folks,

Feedback from the last meeting was that there were folks on the list willing
to help out with DC14 TODOs, if only someone would ask; so here goes.  While
some of these tasks depend on local information, I don't think you need to
be a local to at least make a start on these.  Mostly it just needs someone
to massage the information into a clean format, it doesn't require a local


 - [PRIORITY] Should include information (on a subpage) about travel to the
   venue from the airport.  The basics are:
   - http://trimet.org/ for trip planner
   - destination address: 1912 SW 6th Ave, Portland
   - Red Line light rail trains from PDX Airport to downtown leave
     approximately every 15 minutes, with a connection to the Yellow Line
     light rail at Pioneer Square (Mall/SW 5th)
   - fare is $2.50, tickets available for purchase from the vending machine
     on the baggage claim level at PDX Airport
   - last train of the night at 10:41pm

 - Provide basic information about visas, customs, immigration, à la
   https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf13/Border.  Should be easy to copy
   information from the DC10 pages.

 - Provide a travel coordination page, like

 - Mine https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf13/Welcome for other kinds of
   information we don't have on the DC14 wiki page and that you think would
   be useful

 - Mine https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf14/Portland for other
   information that would be useful to attendees (no one should need to
   refer to this page for any essential information).


 - Miscellaneous development tasks always available, as documented here:

More ideas as I think of them!

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