[Ubuntu Chicago] Informal Ubuntu hackfests
jwcampbell at ubuntu.com
Tue Jul 22 23:04:11 BST 2008
Thanks, Scott! The loop would be cool, as long as we're considering meeting
at around 6:30 or so. I would be driving down, but metered parking is
generally pretty easy to come by at that time.
How late could we stay? Would it be a problem if we were there until about
10:00 or so? That's the only thing of it being in an office - if you were
to need to leave, we'd have to leave, too. Also, if you couldn't make it
that week (I was thinking that these would be weekly), we'd have to find a
different spot to meet up.
That being said, it's a great offer. We could use your spot, and then find
an alternate spot when it wasn't available / convenient. We could chip in
on pizza or whatever for food.
If Scott is cool with us meeting at his work location, what would be a good
alternate spot? I vote for either the Panera place on S. State (close to
public transport, good free wifi... food isn't super cheap, though), or the
Kristoffer's Cafe and Bakery. The latter has tameles for $1.50.
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 4:47 PM, W. Scott Lockwood III <scott at guppylog.com>
> Is the loop good for folks? We'd be happy to host this - we're at 200 W.
> Jackson Blvd. We've also hosted the Chicago Lisp group in the past.
> W. Scott Lockwood III CashNetUSA
> IT Compliance Analyst 200 W. Jackson Blvd #2400
> scott at cashnetusa.com Chicago, Il 60606
> (312) 568 4224 or xHELP http://cashnetusa.com/
> (847) 800 4896 cell
> On Tue, 2008-07-22 at 12:46 -0500, Jim Campbell wrote:
> > On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 7:43 AM, Wally Valters <wally at valters.net>
> > wrote:
> > Hard to answer without knowing the dates involved, but in
> > general I am in :)) What ever happened ot the Ubuntu
> > hackfests, weren't they coming up as well?
> > Generally speaking, would Thursday evenings work well for those who
> > are interested?
> > As for location, I think we're all coming in from different areas, so
> > let me know what you'd think about these locations:
> > If you have a different location in mind, feel free to suggest it,
> > too. Thanks, all.
> > Jim
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