[Baypiggies] Meetings at SurveyMonkey

Alexandre Conrad alexandre.conrad at gmail.com
Tue Sep 7 06:56:12 CEST 2010


2010/9/4 Aahz <aahz at pythoncraft.com>:
> On Fri, Sep 03, 2010, Alexandre Conrad wrote:
>> station and we have a nice place. I think this would be a great to
>> host BayPIGgies once in a while. If you are interested, let me know, I
>> will see what I can arrange for us.
>
> Thanks!  I don't really have an opinion myself, but in the past there
> has been pushback on using multiple meeting locations because of the
> confusion about where each meeting will be.

Well, if it is clearly shown with the announcement and on the web
page, I guess it should be okay.

> Also, although it would be nice for public transit to be an option,
> downtown Palo Alto is mildly car-unfriendly.  On the whole, I probably
> would be slightly more likely to attend a meeting there.

I am not yet very familiar with parkings, but there is a large,
multi-level, underground parking right in front of our office block.
And I am pretty sure that the parking is free after 5pm (and I think
it's also free if you park on the lower levels, the first 2 levels are
limited to 2 hours parking during the day).

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=fr&q=parking&sll=37.444847,-122.158849&sspn=0.004591,0.009645&ie=UTF8&split=1&rq=1&ev=p&radius=0.32&hq=parking&hnear=&ll=37.444744,-122.159783&spn=0.004625,0.009645&z=17&layer=c&cbll=37.444801,-122.159875&panoid=3fBFnvmZDS879OSZNYlSgg&cbp=12,215.54,,0,10.85

> Can you tell us a bit more about the facility?  How many people can you
> comfortably handle?

I don't know exactly. Probably around 30-40, maybe up to 50. But if
the idea is accepted, I can talk more about it with SurveyMonkey and
get into the details of the logistics.

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