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Re: [Libreboot] libreplanet 2016 and libre dinner

From: Christopher Allan Webber
Subject: Re: [Libreboot] libreplanet 2016 and libre dinner
Date: Fri, 04 Mar 2016 18:40:36 -0800
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Francis Rowe writes:

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> Hi Patrick,
> Op 05/03/16 om 01:20 schreef Patrick 'P. J.' McDermott:
>> On 2016-03-02 12:11, Francis Rowe wrote:
>>> There will also be a dinner organised before the conference,
>>> most likely on Thursday (17 March 2016) but the FSF will make
>>> details available later on. We're interested if any libreboot
>>> people would be interested in coming. Reply on this list if
>>> you're interested :)
>> I'm planning to arrive Thursday afternoon/evening, so I should be
>> able to make it.  Do we need to decide on a restaurant or is the
>> FSF handling that and the reservations?
> I don't actually know. Joshua Gay was the one who suggested I post to
> the libreboot mailing list like this, so that's what I'm doing. It
> makes sense to raise awareness about it. Last year (if I'm not
> mistaken, though I could be wrong), jxself from IRC was organising it,
> and that may or may not be the case this year. I think that it will be
> listed on the libreplanet website.
> Last year, the Thursday pre-conference dinner was at "Veggie Galaxy"
> and was indeed listed on
> l

Veggie galaxy is great, but expect to spread out across many tables.
There was an indian restaurant we went to a few years ago when I hosted
a dinner at libreplanet, but I think they closed down and I can't find
where it was.  They were sizable though.

There are also some sizable-ish Ethiopian restaurants in Cambridge I've
had success with.

> Based on this, it's likely that the details will also be there for
> this year. This is the social page for 2016, which does not yet list
> the event (presumably because the details aren't yet organised):
> Of course, it may be there other attendees will arrange alternative
> venues for the night. Who knows?

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