[wp-hackers] Wanted: venue for WordCamp UK 2009
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Tue Jan 13 20:40:55 GMT 2009
On Jan 13, 2009, at 15:39, Stephane Daury wrote:
> I concur. This is also due to the fact that blogging is so popular
> on campuses, be it for students, academics or admin staff.
> It's not ingrained to most higher ed institution, and might even
> boost your attendance by that much.
Errata: substitute "It's NOT ingrained" for "It's NOW ingrained". :)
> On Jan 13, 2009, at 13:11, Aaron Brazell wrote:
>> Why don't you approach a University? In my experience with PodCamps,
>> WordCamps and BarCamps, the best events are held at Universities.
>> Many times
>> they will give you their space for virtually nothing! For instance,
>> we are
>> doing WordCamp Mid-Atlantic at University of Baltimore. PodCamp
>> Philly was
>> held at Drexel Univ in 2007 and Temple in 2008. The worst events
>> are held in
>> corporate space, IMHO. There's usually too many security issues
>> (can't have
>> walk ups, gotta have badges, etc) and they aren't as cozy.
>> Food for thought.
>> Aaron Brazell
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>> On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 1:07 PM, Tony Scott
>> <tonyscott100 at yahoo.co.uk>wrote:
>>> Attention all UK subscribers!
>>> Bids are invited to accommodate WordCamp UK 2009, planned to be
>>> held 18 and
>>> 19 July 2009.
>>> Tony Scott
>>> http://tonyscott.org.uk | http://twitter.com/tonys
>>> http://twestival.com | http://uk.wordcamp.org
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