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Re: [Debian-NYC] Debian Workshops

Large 3000 square foot loft space. Tables, sofas and a power plugs available. 8mbit syetrical bandwidth, wired and wireless. We have hosted a Jelly previously with about 20 people. Unless there's some kind of epic code deployment going on, most people leave around 7PM on weeknights, though 6 is acceptable to have a gathering. On weekends the place is empty.


On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 2:30 PM, Richard Darst <rkd@zgib.net> wrote:
On Sat, Sep 26, 2009 at 01:55:41AM -0400, Richard Darst wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> At software freedom day last week, I started discussing an idea I have
> which for now I'll call "Debian workshops".  The idea would be to
> provide a way to spread knowledge, and to provide a place for
> collaborative work.

Lee, James, and any others who would offer a space.  Can you let me
know (off-list is fine) what it's like?:

Ideally, we'd have room for 15 to 20 people comfortably.  A projector
would be good for the initial part, but probably more important is
table space and power plugs(!) to set up laptops and comfortably code
for a while.  What types of spaces are there?

Of course, internet is important (but we may want to bring in our own
debian mirror, bonus point for existing mirror).  Wireless or wired
for everyone in the work room is critical...

It would be nice if we could bring in food.

What hours could we use it?  Who has to be there?

Thanks to all the space offers,

- Richard

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