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Re: Debian conference 2 / LSM 2002

* Joe Drew <hoserhead@woot.net> [011015 14:00]:
> Seriously, though, it might not be a bad idea to hold it in Canada.
> Toronto at least is pretty close to much of the northern states, and it

I would be interested in such a confrence.  I would be willing to see if
its possible here in Minnesota, but with the "US IS A WAR ZONE"
sentiment I don't know if its really worth it.

But, Minneapolis is less distance for most US-ians (yes, I'm being
biased, sue me.) on the west coast vs. Toronto and might be more
accessable from Asia if people from that far away do come.

But, I would need to find a venue that is affordable, too.  Thats also a
fun thing to do.  I might beable to see if the university has any
options, but those are usually only during the summer. (dorms + rooms to
do stuff in)  Otherwise, I dont know off hand of any decent places for
the size of the group.  Theres some hotels in the area, IETF uses the
hilton nearby, but that can get spendy.

Scott Dier <dieman@ringworld.org> <sdier@debian.org>
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