[Aust-NZ] Code Sprint
pramsey at refractions.net
Mon Dec 31 11:32:04 EST 2007
Sure, you can add that.
On Dec 31, 2007, at 4:09 AM, Cameron Shorter wrote:
> Thanks Paul,
> Do you mind if I add this to the OSGeo wiki? Probably in this page:
> What AV was provided for the code sprint? I'm guessing a video
> projector per table would have been expensive and not add much value?
"AV" is a generic conference term for anything with wires, near as I
can tell. In this case it was just the wireless, and the extension
> On a related note, how popular were the workshops? Ie, how many
> people attended?
They were fully subscribed. We may have had two empty seats in the
least popular workshops.
I think the workshop review pages Dave Patton put together has the
> Paul Ramsey wrote:
>> 50 people showed up, at the peak.
>> Tables in rounds (worked well).
>> As many power cables as the hotel had.
>> Wireless internet.
>> Food for all at lunch.
>> Coffee and snacks in the morning.
>> Flip charts at each table.
>> Cost about $1500, room+food+av. The AV wasn't good, would have been
>> better if we'd stayed at the conference center, since we had them
>> trained by that point. The hotel wasn't expecting the kind of load
>> generated by 50 true simultaneous users.
>>> Roughly, how many people turned up?
>>> What did you supply?
>>> * Desk
>>> * Chair
>>> * Power Point
>>> * Wireless Internet or Ethernet
>>> * Food?
>>> * Anything else?
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