[email@example.com: Re: Mini-DebConf Mangalore, October, time for planning?]
- Vasudev Kamath
- 2011-08-20 @ 13:56
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Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2011 14:10:56 +0200
From: Christian PERRIER <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Mini-DebConf Mangalore, October, time for planning?
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Quoting Ritesh Raj Sarraf (email@example.com):
> There's been no talk about hosting a MiniDebConf in Bangalore? We have
> Deepak, Myself, Giridhar, Ramki and Ganesan here. On top of that you
> also have a pretty active Bangalore LUG. If you host it here, you will
> have a wider coverage.
> Most of the time, real life keeps contesting commitments.
The thread that followed reinforced the option of Mangaluru but I'd
just like to add to I really support the option of having the Miniconf
in *M*angaluru. For two reasons, mostly:
- never been there and it seems nice (Ocean's coast,etc.) while I've
been in Bengaluru
- there seem to be several enthusiasts ready to organize things and
there are probably less occasions to have a FOSS event there.
And, last but not least, the 350km between the two cities do not make
it impossible for Bengaluru people to come (though I have no idea
about the trasportation possibilities between the two cities).
PS: both cities seem quite well mapped on Openstreetmap, by the way..:)
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