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From Isabel Drost-Fromm <isa...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Event-in-a-Box
Date Wed, 30 Oct 2013 20:02:36 GMT

Melissa, these lists look awesome. In particular I loved seeing support for 
video/audio taping in the list.

On Wednesday, October 30, 2013 11:38:44 AM Ross Gardler wrote:
> I would suggest the larger minimalist list is better. My justification is
> that, while sourcing these items is not hard it does take time and
> coordination. The easier we make things for people the better. I
> am assuming that the cost of shipping the larger set of items, even if some
> are unused at the event, will be less than the cost of volunteer time
> consumed in sourcing the remaining items that are used.

+1


Two comments: 

1) Some input for the HowTo document we might want to poach ideas from related 
to the video/audio equipment could be the information on the Debian Video Team 
Wiki - they are providing videos of DebConf but also of smaller events like 
the Debian Dev room at FOSDEM: https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/Videoteam 

I assume we have some standard place to post and collect these videos already? 
At least a few years ago at the usual suspects wrt. video hosting you needed a 
paid account to publish more than half an hour of video within a few days.

2) This may sound like a wildly crazy idea but looking over the mid-sized box 
- if we add a few flyers to that and (in case we want to) Apache shirts to sell 
to happy users to me this looks like a pretty good model for a "booth in a 
box". The information this estimate is based on: http://wiki.fsfe.org/Booth 
and http://www.debian.org/events/checklist


Cheers,
Isabel






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