[nycbug-talk] Meeting Location

Mikel King mikel.king
Mon Feb 9 09:28:45 EST 2004

I am not sure exactly how feasible this might be but what about a 
webcast? If not the whole event then how about the highlights?

G. Rosamond wrote:

>->-----Original Message-----
>->From: talk-bounces at lists.nycbug.org 
>->[mailto:talk-bounces at lists.nycbug.org] On Behalf Of Wes Sonnenreich
>->Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 12:06 AM
>->To: talk at lists.nycbug.org
>->Subject: RE: [nycbug-talk] Meeting Location
>->Unfortunately, those are the largest rooms in our facility. 
>->If future meetings are going to be structured around a 
>->speaker and gather larger attendance, that space won't work. 
>->But, the space does work well for things like installfests 
>->where we can spread into multiple rooms.
>->Wish I had more space, because the location is good, even for 
>->out of towners. The reality is that with the 1/9 on Seventh 
>->and 23rd, it's easy from Penn and PA ... the only place it's 
>->not easy from is Grand Central... with that you need to walk 
>->two/three blocks over for the 4/5/6 or N/R, or shuttle across 
>->to the 1/9. _______________________________________________
>(wes). . .

GCT really isn't that bad, I walk down from there, but one could take 
the seven train one stop and transfer to the  V train right?

>wes, couldn't we just knock down a few walls?
>seriously, any other recommendations for space?  i think sagesecure is a
>great space, but we need something slightly larger. . .
>is it enough to just fit more chairs and remove more tables?
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Mikel King
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