[clug-talk] COSSFest planning
melwalters at telus.net
Mon Jan 23 18:46:03 PST 2012
On Mon, 2012-01-23 at 17:44 -0500, simon at mungewell.org wrote:
> Jon mentioned the COSSFest DNS expiring at CLUG. There was some feeling
> that another COSSFest might be worthwhile.
> I think Mel is trying to stir up some interest.
I would also like to thank John for putting out the challenge to do it
or not. It was his idea of "what's in it for (me)? -the FEST attendee.
The cool factor is good, but is it the practical that will draw in the
crowd. At least that is my take on things, (I agree with John J. on
this) unless convinced otherwise.
Kin tells me he is on board with this, as long as we keep it cost
Also we have lots of talent latent in our club. That and I saw (could
feel the interest at the meeting).
> > Someone is planning the next COSSFEST? News to me. But, if so, that
> > person should get a hold of me as I have some COSSFEST resources/contacts.
> > On 12-01-23 01:48 PM, Mel Walters wrote:
> >> Just a reminder that at the last meeting a great idea was brought up
> >> about "thinking of what is in it for the attendee". Thank you for that!
> >> In other words "What money or time etc. savings will they see from
> >> attending" or "the cost benefit of going to the Calgary COSSFest".
> >> I am sure many of you have have ideas and for those who want some review
> >> I suggest looking up some sites like this one:
> >> http://gordonmcdowell.com/cossfest-2010/
> >> Mel
> >> (Pres)
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