paul.vriens.wine at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 09:28:44 CDT 2009
On 09/21/2009 11:50 PM, Roderick Colenbrander wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 5:50 PM, Jeremy White<jwhite at winehq.org> wrote:
>>> What do you guys think about it? I really think there is an interest
>>> in this and I think the university might be willing to help as well.
>> I think it's a nifty idea. The key catch would be getting a space
>> for the meeting; if the University can help with that, I think it
>> would work great.
> Space is not really an issue.
>> Of course, you locals would need to drive the effort, as
>> many of us will be inbound during that time. I'd be cheerful
>> to sit in the back and heckle, presuming my flight isn't delayed
>> and I make it in time.
> I would organize it together with Julius and perhaps some others. The
> main thing we need from 'Wine' are 2 people who can give a
> presentation and what it should be about. I'll try to ask some people
> around here for input.
>> Also, we should note that anyone wishing to attend Wineconf
>> but not stay at the hotel should still let us know so we can
>> plan to have food for you.
> At least I will be there (and can't say for others). I also talked a
> bit with Julius and Hans and likely we will eat somewhere in the
> center of Enschede at least on Saturday. The restaurants on the campus
> (or close to here) can be good as well but in the center you also have
> some pubs and it has a nicer atmosphere.
> Finally if we would need some funds for this (I don't think it is
> needed but in the worst case we might need at max 200 euro or so
> perhaps for drinks or other things), would the Wine Fund be able to
Is this still going to happen? If so, I'd probably head over to Enschede
a bit earlier than planned.
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