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Re: list of debian-friendly venues for sprints

On Fri, Sep 02, 2011 at 04:56:19PM +0200, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
>Dear all,
>  I've finally took some time to organize the list of "debian-friendly"
>venues we have for sprints. The (incomplete) result is at

Cool. :-)

>Feedback is welcome. In particular, in the "template" for each venue
>have I forgot useful information that we should ask to people proposing
>a venue?

As a first pass, I think you've got everything. We can always update

>Also, I know I've left out a few Debian-friendly venue we have. In
>particular, we've had several sprints at Linux Hotel, but I don't have
>details about it. Can someone add a template about it in the page? In
>case noone knows, we can /query someone who have been there for a
>sprint, the first persons who come to my mind being ftp-masters.

I've just asked Joerg if he's on the list, as he's an obvious contact
point for the Linux Hotel.

>Some goes for any other Debian-friendly venue you might be aware of,
>which is not yet on the list. Please add them!
>In other news, I've also reviewed the sprint documentation available at
>http://wiki.debian.org/Sprints and subpages, doing a sort of big sed,
>replacing the mentions about contacting the DPL with corresponding
>mentions of contacting this list.

Yup, sounds fair.

Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.                                steve@einval.com
"It's actually quite entertaining to watch ag129 prop his foot up on
 the desk so he can get a better aim."          [ seen in ucam.chat ]

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