Re: [Debian-NYC] Wheezy release party?
Babies and other family/friends are totally welcome. (My family will of course
be there.) Apartment is big enough that if you need some quiet place,
it can be arranged. My kids will likely be in the back family room, either
playing games or watching TV.
Since it sounds like there aren't alternatives being mooted, I am
assuming we are on, and went ahead and listed it on the DebianNYC wiki
page, and on the list of Wheezy release parties, here:
http://wiki.debian.org/DebianNYC and here:
I've also setup a wiki page for people to Signup for potluck, and/or
RSVP (RSVP is not required, just helpful.)
(We'll be providing: some beer, wine, cheeses, cold cuts, french
bread, and Crudités.)
P.S. - It's not to late to suggest an alternative plan, but we are
rapidly approaching that point, since we are less than a week away.
On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 4:54 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'll try to make it too, but I might only be able to make it if I can bring babies :)
> On Apr 25, 2013, at 7:14 PM, Brian Gupta wrote:
>> Ok, I heard from JH that he will be in town that weekend, and so far
>> no one else has had an issue with May 4th.
>> With that in mind, here is one option:
>> I can host a potluck/BYOB apartment party from 7pm-midnight Saturday
>> May 4th. (Whether or not Wheezy has actually shipped. The key thing is
>> we can't host anything on a school night.)
>> We probably could host about 25-30+ people without issue. We are
>> located at 3117 Broadway, which is a couple of blocks north of
>> Columbia University. The nearest train is the 1 train stop at 125th
>> street. (very short walk from station.)
>> If people want to keep hanging-out past midnight we could always go to
>> a nearby salon.
>> Does this sound appealing to folks, or should we see if there are
>> other options? (I know 5 hours might be shorter than people had in
>> mind, and the location isn't very central, especially for those coming
>> from Brooklyn, but on the flipside, it is only a few of blocks from
>> where we had DebConf10!!)
>> No offense will be taken if folks want to try and find a more central
>> location. Also, if someone else wants to host party feel free, as I am
>> ok coming either downtown or to Brooklyn if that's what folks want.
>> P.S. - I have pretty fast internet, and would be willing to setup a
>> local mirror if someone wanted to come early and help me with that.
>> On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 5:14 PM, Brian Gupta <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 4:31 PM, Jimmy Kaplowitz <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 03:21:15PM -0400, Brian Gupta wrote:
>>>>> On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 12:57 AM, Kevin Mark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>>>> I've made a cake for the last 3 releases. The last one at Hydroxide's house.
>>>>>> So I might try to do one for wheezy.
>>>>> Sounds great Kevin. I wonder if Jimmy would be open to hosting again?
>>>>> If so, it looks like I should be available to come down early on
>>>>> either the 6th or the 7th and help setup, if desired.
>>>> I don't remember the situation at home around when I hosted the Squeeze party,
>>>> but long story short, it's probably not feasible for me to host the Wheezy
>>>> party. I can still quite likely attend at most locations in NYC..
>>> No worries Jimmy.
>>> I am kinda keen on the idea of a house or apartment party, but my wife
>>> isn't really keen on having a party on a schoolnight since we have two
>>> kids. (If we could change the date to Saturday May 4th, then we could
>>> probably host, as we have plenty of space.)
>>> For those that proposed May 6th or 7th, how would May 4th work? (J H
>>> that would be you.) If someone else wants to host a house/apt party on
>>> the 6th, that would be cool as well.
>>> A side note, between Monday May 6th and Tuesday May 7th, May 6th would
>>> work better for me, as there is the NYLUG biweekly workshop already
>>> scheduled on the 7th.
>>>> - Jimmy Kaplowitz
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