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Re: [Debian-NYC] DebConf decision meeting / get-together next weekend

On Feb 22, 2009, at 12:04 AM, Richard Darst wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> So, tomorrow is DebConf10 decision meeting.  Our bid is all prepared,
> and we're hoping for a good show.  Our pages are at:
> http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf10/NewYork
> http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf10/NewYork/DecisionMeeting
> The agenda for the meeting is here:
> http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf10/Meetings
> We think we have a good shot, but it's very hard to tell.  Multiple
> bids are turning out very similar on many counts.
> The meeting is at 2pm EST (19:00 UTC).  If you want to support us
> (spectators!), we will be in #debconf-nyc, the main decision talk will
> be on #debconf-team, with some other channel for audience
> chatter. Some audience questions from the designated chatter channel
> will be forwarded to the main channel by some of the
> non-bid-affiliated people.  Jimmy (Hydroxide) and I (MrBeige) will be
> the two designated NYC people to speak for our bid in the main
> decision channel.  Suggestions and comments (and fun) on #debconf-nyc
> during it are welcome, as well as on the chatter channel.
> We'll have an celebration, either of winning or our great effort, next
> weekend.  We are thinking 8pm on Saturday, Feb 28.  For now we are
> thinking Pacific Standard, but both location and time/date could
> change based on your feedback.  (It has a subtle purpose of being a
> local team recruiting event, to some degree, too-- but volunteers for
> DC9 and DC10 regardless of location are awesome, too. If you are
> interested, feel free to check out http://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/Jobs
> and see if anything suits your fancy, and speak up in person, on IRC,
> or via email.)

Before any decision is being made, thanks for your effort. People  
involved with Linux and Debian within New York City truly appreciates  
it. I do too.

Good luck and keep up the nice work.

> - Richard
> ... and all the rest of the team.

Thank you once again, guys.

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