Count me in!  Wikimedian's invade Yahoo! This can't possibly go poorly.


On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 15:36, Micah Alpern <> wrote:
Hi Fokes, sorry for the delay responding. Spam filters, plus taxes, plus
annual focal reviews at work waylaid me a bit.

Here's what I propose:
  Date: March 28th
  Time: 2pm - 5pm

I've reserved a conference room on Yahoo!'s campus.
The address is:
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA

Updated wiki page:
If you plan on attending please put your full name in the Attendee list
on the twiki so I can give it to Yahoo! security to clear you ahead of

I'm speaking with Jon and Phoebe about the agenda and will have an
update there soon. See you in a few weeks.



-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of James
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2010 11:51 AM
To: San Francisco Wikimedians; Cam Vilay
Subject: [Wikimedia-SF] March meetup

I guess Micha hasn't suggested a date for March's after
Jon suggested that he pick one because he must be waiting for other
people to express a preference at

Also, if we were to make Phoebe's suggestion for the PLATO exhibit at
Mountain View's Computer History Museum

Wednesday, June 2, 2010
6p.m. Reception
7p.m. Program Discussion

Thursday, June 3, 2010
6p.m. Reception
7p.m. Program Discussion

Would the 2nd or 3rd be better?  I registered -- -- for
"both" just in case, and I may actually go both days because I've been
a big fan of Plato Learning (nasdaq: tutr) for a long time, but I
don't want to crowd out other people by reserving a date I won't be
there, so it would be great if we could have some preferences,
especially from Cam, who offered to carpool from Oakland (2 seats
left), and will therefore decide the date I'm sure to go.

Also, do office staff want a big LCD display?  It would be great to
get some idea of the aspect ratio we are working with (projector vs.
HDTV) for


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