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Re: DebConf in Montreal in 2016

Bonjour, du nouveau du coté du comité d'organisation et de
l'avancement du dossier ?
Ça m'a pas l'air de bouger beaucoup le wiki.

Donc j'ose pas trop lancer la lourde machine UQAM si j'ai pas des
trucs plus ou moins raisonnable à leur vendre.
La machine UQAM c'est beaucoup d'énergie à lancer, et sans doute
beaucoup à arreter.

Pour information, pour l'instant, Louis Martin, je cite, "D'entrée de
jeu, [...] trouve le projet fort intéressant.".
Je suis aussi en contact avec Sophie Laberge qui s'occupe des
événements spéciaux.
Mais j'attends quelques infos de votre part pour continuer.

On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 1:47 PM, Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre
<mathieu.tl@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I figure it's been long enough now since DebConf14; and way past due for
> sending this email.
> I was at DebConf14, and the subject of presenting a bid for Montreal for
> DebConf16 has popped up. As such, I've already been talking to quite a
> few people in an effort to gauge interest, build a team, and figure out
> options for venues, and just who we'd need to talk to in the near future
> for this.
> So here it is: this isn't a one-man job. DebConf is a large conference
> that takes a lot of time to organize, and to have it in Montreal, we'd
> also need to present a formal bid by December 1st, 2014. This isn't that
> far off.
> This email is a request for help. If you're interested in helping out
> organizing DebConf16 and/or preparing the bid; please add your name to
> the wiki [1], we can all schedule a meeting very soon to hammer out the
> details. There is a ton of things[2] to look into, so if you can, please
> also write down what you'd be interested in helping out with. It doesn't
> have to be the bid (though we'll need people for that!), it can also be
> to be part of the various other teams *during* DebConf: video team, the
> registration desk, etc.
> So far, it looks like one viable option would be to have DebConf at
> UQAM, and while nothing's set in stone, I've been talking to people
> there to see how it can be arranged. It's obviously good if we could
> have at least one other option as well, in case things don't work out.
> Unless people think it would be too much volume to discuss organization
> details on this list, I think don't need to request a new list be
> created for that purpose.
> [1] https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf16/Bids/Montreal
> [2] https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf16
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