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Sun Sep 7 03:55:31 CEST 2008
>From what I know:
The projectors have VGA hookups in each of the room so that shouldn't be a
problem, and I think they can get zip attachments. I know the UCA email
allows all the standard document formats for attachments.
On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 8:46 PM, Bob Fahr <bob.fahr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Do you know if the guys at UCA can accept a zip file or do they have to
> download and install. There's some setup to Eclipse and if I can do that
> myself and just provide a zip they I think it would work better.
> Also will we be able to use our own laptop for the presentations?
> On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 12:47 PM, Chad Cooper <supercooper at gmail.com>wrote:
>> On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 9:05 AM, Greg Lindstrom <gslindstrom at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> OK...we're 4 weeks out and (I think) things are looking pretty good. I'm
>>> a little concerned about money; we have $260.00 in the bank with $500.00
>>> coming. I was hoping to meet with the Conway Chamber of Commerce yesterday
>>> (Thursday), but that has been put off until later next week.
>>> We need to let UCA know what software to load on their machines. I will
>>> have them load Python 2.5 and pyGame for my talks. What other software do
>>> we want? Please specify name, version and an address where it can be found
>>> so I can pass it on to UCA.
>>> I'm having reservations about the Django class or, at least, me leading
>>> it. Is there someone else comfortable enough with it to do a 50-minute
>>> "show and tell" type talk? The other option is dropping it and letting Jeff
>>> Rush do a talk on Python Eggs.
>>> Do we want any kind of registration? Is there a need for it? How do we
>>> intend to hand out swag (the stuff everyone gets, that is). We received a
>>> copy of the Noah Gift/Jeremy Jones book "Python for Unix and Linux System
>>> Administration" to give away. I think we should hand that out in his class
>>> at some point.
>> We should have something I think, even its the "Hello, my name is:____"
>> stickers. And we should get everyones email, so we can send them the links
>> to talks/presentations when we get them online later. I think we should do
>> white ones for attendees and maybe a colored one for
>> speakers/presenters/volunteers (maybe red?), so if someone has question, you
>> ask someone wearing a red badge. For the giveaway for Noahs book, how about
>> names of attendees to his talk into a hat and he draws the name?
>>> Currently, we have 29 people signed up to attend. I will be sending out
>>> another round of invitations to the Faulkner County High Schools and,
>>> perhaps, include a few more "random" schools for the list (we have 73 High
>>> Schools in the 7 County region).
>>> Let me know about any concerns/issues you have. There are people driving
>>> substantial distances to attend, so I really want to put on a good meeting.
>> what time sat morning can we get into the building to start setting up and
>> checking things out? What all will need to be done to "setup" the morning
>> Also, anyone know of a spot where we can get together the night before for
>> a social of some sort? Is Conway dry? If not, a casual place with tasty
>> beverages would be nice.
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