On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 01:10:45PM +0100, Lucas Nussbaum wrote: > On 25/01/18 at 10:01 -0200, Antonio Terceiro wrote: > > On Wed, Jan 24, 2018 at 08:21:16PM +0100, Lucas Nussbaum wrote: > > > > There is an internal restaurant/cafeteria/snack bar > > > > > > would it be suitable for hacking the evening hacking with drinks > > > (possibly alcoolic)? if not, what would be the plan to provide an > > > enjoyable experience during evenings, without splitting into smaller > > > groups to go to separate bars? > > > > So alcohol in the campus is a tricky subject: since UTFPR also has a > > technology high-school program (so with minors), alcohol is not allowed > > on-campus, and that will be difficult to workaround. > > > > Our current plan is to have a happy hour setup (hacking space + > > beverages) on the closest hotel so that even people that are not > > sleeping there can attend. Our plan A is to use the Nacional Inn, which > > is 250m from UTFPR, so it won't be a logistic problem for people who are > > not sleeping there to pass by there before going to their own hotel. > > I see. But then it would require setting up good network connection in > the hotel as well? Yes. > This raises another question: what would be the plan for the Cheese and > Wine party, if alcohol is not allowed on campus? Hotel as well. Maybe the same space as the regular happy hour, maybe a different space.
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