[Baypiggies] hold a meeting at YouTube in San Bruno?
sfseth at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 02:02:37 CEST 2008
+1 to both San Bruno / SF and the idea of having different meetings over
Unless we can use Google shuttles' reverse trips after dropping their city
folk off. :) I wonder if that's actually got any chance of flying.
Seriously for those of us that ditched our cars, an enthusiast user group
seems like an unfortunate thing to be the only thing I can't solve well
enough. Longtime friend of mine works in urban planning around public
transportation, and there really any isn't debate - public transportation
the bay area *sucks* anytime one has to cross more than one system (and
deity assist you if you've got 3 systems to contend with). Actually i'd
argue traveling within any one system is egregiously difficult, spanning
them more an exercise in self-torture than transportation...
On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 4:27 PM, Max Slimmer <max at theslimmers.net> wrote:
> A meeting place easier (as long as it is public transit and or bicycle
> accessible) to get to from SF would be good for me. I commute from Sonoma Co
> (not daily, but stay in SF) and normally commute on the bus, to go to Google
> meeting means finding a ride or driving down, dealing with parking ...
> Matt Good wrote:
>> How would you feel about having one of the upcoming meetings in San Bruno
>> at the new YouTube office? I've had a couple people ask me about this and
>> it seems like it might make the meeting more accessible to people living in
>> SF that have a harder time getting down to Mountain View. The office is a
>> 15-20 minute walk from the San Bruno BART and there may be a few generous
>> individuals willing to shuttle some people over as well. Plus it'd be
>> extremely convenient for our Pythonista neighbors across the street at
>> -- Matt
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