IRC meeting minutes and the 12.04 Release Party.
tom at tomsalmon.com
Fri Mar 30 11:50:03 UTC 2012
If we moved it to the Sunday, we could do the Dun Laoghaire food market - easily reached from town on the Dart.
There is the food market in Temple Bar on Saturday's, but where would be good to take our food? There is very little seating in the area.
Alternatively, we could pick a restaurant again.
On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 09:48:52PM +0100, Mike O'Donohue wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> A geeknic sounds good!. Unfortunately I'll be working on the 28th
> so I won't be able to link up with the party until sometime after
> What do others think about a geeknic followed by drinks later?
> If the geeknic is acceptable then can someone suggest a suitable
> venue? (somewhere with food on sale would be a plus I reckon)
> And then where to drink later on?
> I know many fine suggestions regarding these questions were made
> during the meeting.
> Can people chip in here with their favourites?
> It would be great if we could decide on this before the next
> meeting. The sooner this is set then more time we will have for
> getting the word out.
> On 29/03/12 11:03, Tom Salmon wrote:
> >Hi Mike,
> >I understand Saturday 28th April was the plan for Dublin.
> >Should we gamble with the weather, and go for a geeknic?
> >On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 10:15:37AM +0100, Mike O'Donohue wrote:
> >>Hi All,
> >>At the last team IRC meeting on 21 Mar 12 the date on which we would
> >>hold our Dublin release party was confirmed as Saturday 28th of
> >>April, 2012. The minutes and logs from that meeting can be found
> >>There was numerous suggestions put forward regarding possible venues
> >>for this release party (all are listed in the meeting logs).
> >>Can we trash this out on the mailing list and make the final venue
> >>decision here or should the final decision wait until the next IRC
> >>meeting which is due to take place on 18 Apr 12? (for agenda see:
> >>http://loco.ubuntu.com/meetings/ubuntu-ie/382/detail/ )
> >>This is an important release of Ubuntu being the first iteration
> >>which will have 5 years support on both the desktop and server.
> >>There was a suggestion at the team IRC meeting of 21 Mar 12 that
> >>there might be a release party in Limerick also.
> >>Any update on that? Indeed is there any interest in organising a
> >>release party elsewhere?
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