I think they said there were about 300 people here. I was told that there
are some regular planners who could help with the programming &
scholarships, they need locals to find a venue (often a college) and place
for receptions, scope out the hotel situation & public transit. And the
Foundation helps out with funding, I'm sure.
And Vancouver is a possibility!
On Sat, Nov 9, 2019, 1:39 PM Joe Mabel <jmabel(a)joemabel.com> wrote:
I'd certainly be in, though this is not
necessarily the time of year
people would most want to be in Seattle.
How many people "on the ground" do you think it requires? How big is
this year's conference?
On 11/9/2019 9:52 AM, Raymond Leonard wrote:
People attending from the NW include
SounderBruce, Another Believer,
RageSoss, & Peaceray, so I suggest taking with some of us. Let us not
forget Vancouver, BC as well!
On Sat, Nov 9, 2019 at 12:40 Dulaney <jdulaney(a)gnu.org> wrote:
> On Samh 09, 2019 aig 12:13:24f -0500, sgrìobh Liz 99:
>> I'm not sure who to direct this message to but I'm at Wikipedia
>> North America & I've had 6 different people suggest to me that next
>> conference be in Seattle or Portland (and that is just on the first
>> you think this would be of interest to this chapter? Are there enough
>> members here to pull this off? Just planting a seed.
> FWIW, I'm interested in helping out.
> Tapadh leabh,
> Mairi Dulaney.
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