|FROM ||Ruben Safir Secretary NYLXS
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Re: [ NYLXS: GNOME SUMMIT - Brooklyn USA NOVEMBER 22-24 ] OpenMC U conference setup
Why not just send a message to the gnome mailing list which was set up?
The contact information and New York host will be posted on the website
tonight. Other than that, it seems you have the correct information.
Ray Connolley will be in charge of participant liason questions. He'll
make sure everyone is directed to the proper places, has a place to eat,
and follow up on general concerns.
Everyone who participates will need to register in order to get in. We will
be sending tickets out by email Wednesday night.
On Mon, Nov 17, 2003 at 10:21:48PM -0500, Christopher Warner wrote:
> GNOME SUMMIT November 2003: Brooklyn USA
> Hi and thank you for your response. Myself and others are a little bit
> confused as to what's going on. Or maybe the webpage hasn't been updated
> yet. I have a couple of questions; answers, as to save not only myself
> but others from getting lost this weekend.
> Brooklyn College is located at 2900 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210.
> 718 951-5000 (Is there some number involved with this event
> specifically?). Travel directions including sub/bus/lirr/car
> The Student Union Building (SUBO -
> http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/bc/campmap/subo.htm) is located on Campus
> Road. Where is the Penthouse located? (Top floor?). Here is a map
> http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/bc/campmap/mapLeft2.htm and you can also
> download a complete map here
> (http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/bc/campmap/map.pdf). Will there be
> internet access available at all on Saturday?
> On Sunday the Kings Games facility is located at 1724 East 12th Street
> Corner of Kings Highway, Brooklyn, NY 11229 (718) 336-1955 or (888)
> 33-KINGS. (http://www.kingsgames.com). Travel directions including
> sub/bus/car (http://www.kingsgames.com/directions.php)
> Also is it an absolute requirement that one register before showing. As
> the schedule seems to indicate on Sunday that there will be a workshop
> for beginners. That would be an excellent time to have people just show
> up to learn more about Gnome.
> Is it possible to get some of this information on the website?
> Thanks Mitzu.
> On Mon, 2003-11-17 at 09:33, Mitzu Handy wrote:
> > Good morning,
> > I'm sorry, I am not computer literate. I do not understand what bandwith vs. IP is? However, it was agreed that only speeches and a demonstration via an lcd projector would be used for this conference on Sat 11/22 (9am-1pm).
> > Unfortunately, at this point and time, we would be unable to honor this type of request.
> > Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
> > Mitzu
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Christopher Warner [mailto:zanee-at-kernelcode.com]
> > Sent: Sunday, November 16, 2003 10:27 AM
> > To: gnome-at-nylxs.com; hangout-at-nylxs.com; nylug-at-nylxs.com; nylxs-announce-at-nylxs.com; dsandras-at-seconix.com
> > Subject: [ NYLXS: GNOME SUMMIT - Brooklyn USA NOVEMBER 22-24 ] OpenMCU conference setup
> > GNOME SUMMIT November 2003: Brooklyn USA
> > We from the GnomeMeeting camp were wondering if there would be a little bandwidth available (bare ip, no nat) to broadcast the 12pm talk on Gnome and voice over IP to interested parties in #gnomemeeting? :)
> > -- Christopher Warner
> > [KC] http://www.kernelcode.com
> > ____________________________
> > GNOME SUMMIT November 2003 - Brooklyn, NYC
> -- Christopher Warner
> [KC] http://www.kernelcode.com
> GNOME SUMMIT November 2003 - Brooklyn, NYC
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