[wp-hackers] Wanted: venue for WordCamp UK 2009
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Tue Jan 13 20:39:06 GMT 2009
I concur. This is also due to the fact that blogging is so popular on
campuses, be it for students, academics or admin staff.
It's not ingrained to most higher ed institution, and might even boost
your attendance by that much.
On Jan 13, 2009, at 13:11, Aaron Brazell wrote:
> Why don't you approach a University? In my experience with PodCamps,
> WordCamps and BarCamps, the best events are held at Universities.
> Many times
> they will give you their space for virtually nothing! For instance,
> we are
> doing WordCamp Mid-Atlantic at University of Baltimore. PodCamp
> Philly was
> held at Drexel Univ in 2007 and Temple in 2008. The worst events are
> held in
> corporate space, IMHO. There's usually too many security issues
> (can't have
> walk ups, gotta have badges, etc) and they aren't as cozy.
> Food for thought.
> Aaron Brazell
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> On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 1:07 PM, Tony Scott
> <tonyscott100 at yahoo.co.uk>wrote:
>> Attention all UK subscribers!
>> Bids are invited to accommodate WordCamp UK 2009, planned to be
>> held 18 and
>> 19 July 2009.
>> Tony Scott
>> http://tonyscott.org.uk | http://twitter.com/tonys
>> http://twestival.com | http://uk.wordcamp.org
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