[Summit] Things I learnt this week
alexis.richardson at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 10:04:13 CST 2010
Have you guys considered an event in London?
It's not such a terrible place ;-)
On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 4:02 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> wrote:
> On 2/9/10 1:21 PM, Matthew Wild wrote:
>> * Free wifi doesn't necessarily mean free wifi [need to fix that for
>> next year (or as Edwin suggested... go for no wifi at all - something
>> I personally wouldn't mind if I knew in advance)].
> We definitely will make sure that doesn't happen again. The solution
> might involve meeting at a corporate conference room (e.g., Cisco has
> some nice offices in Belgium) but those are unlikely to be right in the
> center of town. There are tradeoffs with everything.
>> * The hackfest on Friday was good, but perhaps a bit segregated. (Do
>> we want/need more direction next time?)
> I wasn't there, so I don't know what happened. Report?
>> * The Jingle Nodes project is something I can't wait until we have
>> some specs published for so we can discuss them.
>> Now, did anyone else learn something I missed? :)
> * The companies who sponsor our events are really cool.
> * Florian Jensen rocks. But we already knew that.
> * We'll need to find a larger place for dinner, or limit attendance.
> * The hired coach was a big improvement over public transport.
> * We might want to include lunch in the Summit to save precious time.
> * Hotel meeting rooms leave much to be desired (cf. internet access).
> * Don't try to fly through Dulles airport. It's cursed.
> * The Cisco travel office is great at last-minute re-bookings.
> * Was it just me, or were the ribs not quite as good this year?
> Peter Saint-Andre
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