[Ubuntu Chicago] Informal Ubuntu hackfests

Eddie Martinez eddiemartinez at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 22:28:14 BST 2008


I am going to +1 for Samir Faci  as well. He might be joining us.

On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 2:45 PM, W. Scott Lockwood III <scott at guppylog.com>
wrote:

> Yes, 6:30. So far, I have at least 3 people internally who will be
> attending as well.
>
>
> --
> W. Scott Lockwood III <scott at guppylog.com>
> LRSE Hosting
>
>
> On Wed, 2008-07-23 at 14:29 -0500, Eddie Martinez wrote:
> > I can make it, no problem. Time? 6:30?
> >
> > -eddie
> >
> > On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 1:31 PM, Jim Campbell <jwcampbell at ubuntu.com>
> > wrote:
> >         Hi Scott,
> >
> >         Of course, I can make it.
> >
> >
> >         On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 1:26 PM, W. Scott Lockwood III
> >         <scott at guppylog.com> wrote:
> >                 Do we have a head count? I'm going to make sure we
> >                 order enough pizza.
> >
> >                 --
> >                 W. Scott Lockwood III <scott at guppylog.com>
> >                 LRSE Hosting
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >                 On Wed, 2008-07-23 at 13:01 -0500, Wally Valters
> >                 wrote:
> >                 > Count me out...  too short of notice, and driving
> >                 into downtown during
> >                 > the week is a deal breaker as well
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 > On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 12:01 PM, W. Scott Lockwood
> >                 III
> >                 > <scott at guppylog.com> wrote:
> >                 >         Works for me!Tomorrow is Thursday, right? It
> >                 would help if I
> >                 >         had a list
> >                 >         of people so I could get security
> >                 pre-arranged to let them all
> >                 >         in. We
> >                 >         can still let people in without that, it's
> >                 just easier.
> >                 >
> >                 >         --
> >                 >         W. Scott Lockwood III <scott at guppylog.com>
> >                 >
> >                 >         LRSE Hosting
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 >         On Wed, 2008-07-23 at 09:58 -0500, Jim
> >                 Campbell wrote:
> >                 >         > Scott,
> >                 >         >
> >                 >         > That sounds great.  Thanks for getting
> >                 things cleared.
> >                 >          Would tomorrow
> >                 >         > night work for people?  I was thinking
> >                 getting things going
> >                 >         at 6:30,
> >                 >         > if that would work for others.
> >                 >         >
> >                 >         > Jim
> >                 >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >         > On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 9:28 PM, W. Scott
> >                 Lockwood III
> >                 >         > <scott at guppylog.com> wrote:
> >                 >         >         So, staying late isn't a problem.
> >                 We have a huge
> >                 >         development
> >                 >         >         group, who
> >                 >         >         I'm sure would be interested in
> >                 participating (I've
> >                 >         already
> >                 >         >         cleared this
> >                 >         >         with our CIO). Staying late is not
> >                 a problem. If I
> >                 >         had to
> >                 >         >         leave, I'd
> >                 >         >         make sure someone was there.
> >                 >         >
> >                 >         >         --
> >                 >         >         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 17:04 -0500,
> >                 Jim Campbell
> >                 >         wrote:
> >                 >         >         > 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.
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >         > Jim
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >         > On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 4:47 PM,
> >                 W. Scott Lockwood
> >                 >         III
> >                 >         >         > <scott at guppylog.com> wrote:
> >                 >         >         >         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:
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >
> >
> http://hotspotr.com/spot/4990?ll=41.882934,-87.636843&zoom=12&name=Chicago
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >
> >
> http://hotspotr.com/spot/4140?ll=41.882934,-87.636843&zoom=12&name=Chicago
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >
> >
> http://hotspotr.com/spot/7058?ll=41.882934,-87.636843&zoom=12&name=Chicago
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >
> >
> http://hotspotr.com/spot/3109?ll=41.882934,-87.636843&zoom=12&name=Chicago
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >         > If you have a
> >                 different location in
> >                 >         mind, feel
> >                 >         >         free to
> >                 >         >         >         suggest it,
> >                 >         >         >         > too.  Thanks, all.
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >         > Jim
> >                 >         >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >         >
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 >
> >                 >         --
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> >                 >
> >                 >
> >
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> >
> >
> > --
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> > This has been an Eddie Martinez production.
> > <Please exit in an orderly fashion>
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