[Lugstuff] Regarding a new Meeting Place.
kaori.hinata at gmail.com
Mon Sep 22 16:01:17 EDT 2008
I've confirmed this with a coworker, however, he gave me the contact
information of the group that deals with reservations, so I'm going to
try contacting them directly.
I also agree about the lack of community halls. This annoys the shite
out of me since there really isn't anywhere that you can gather for
larger events such as uninterrupted public speaking and hardware/software
Looking at the schedule, the amount of free space available here is
ridiculous and a huge waste of space and resources so I'll see if I
can't find some way to get an area. The current bookstore/coffee shop
meetings just don't seem like they would scale too well in the future.
On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 01:33:50PM -0400, Patrick Roanhouse wrote:
> I am a former student of AACC and also the program manager for Annapolis
> Apple Slice Mac Users Group as well. We looked into getting one of the
> auditoriums in CALT since the Severna Park library is closed now on
> sundays. You have to book at least two months in advance as well as pay a
> 200 dollar fee since it not a school club or organization. I also had tried
> to start a Linux User Group at the school but was only able to start a
> Network Security Club before I matriculated schools. I think it is kind of
> sad for the Annapolis Maryland area that we don't have the same kind of
> community halls like Virginia counties have. Not only for community club
> organizations but also for the fact you can't be active and come to town
> government meetings on the scale of inclusion like they do say in Fairfax
> in VA with their huge community meeting hall.
> On Sep 22, 2008, at 11:36 AM, Thomas Gallen wrote:
>> First and foremost, my name is Thomas Gallen and I'm a Linux user
>> in employment at Anne Arundel Community College (probably one of the
>> few aside from professor Seabrook). Regarding the current gathering
>> place issue, has anyone stopped by the community college and asked
>> about using a room for meetings? I'm pretty sure the rooms meet all
>> of the requirements laid out earlier and even more depending on what
>> room you get (an auditorium would be awesome but the meeting rooms
>> definitely have ample table space for disecting rackmount servers,
>> personally though, I'd recommend a CALT lab but I'm not sure if a lab
>> could be used for these purposes). If you want any information about
>> our policies, or encounter any issues with procuring a room I'll see
>> what I can do, however I can't make any promises. I would however like
>> to see you guys get a decent meeting place with ample equipment.
>> Regarding driving distance, the college is up route 50 then down Richie
>> Highway/route 2 a bit so it's pretty close to Annapolis.
>> From West Street in Annapolis, it clocks the travel time at about 11
>> (P.S. Har, my first sentence makes me sound like I'm writing to Linux
>> Users Anonymous about my kernel compiling addiction or something.)
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