On 02/06/2011 09:51 AM, drew wrote:
On Sun, 2011-02-06 at 09:19 -0700, Jeff Chimene wrote:
Thing is, I've been thinking that SCALE might arrange a similar setup.
Well - Oracle became a media sponsor rather recently, but more likely
spurred by presentation by David Stokes ( MySQL Community Manager ),
regarding new features in MySQL.
If you look at the floor plan TDF/LibreOffice is dead center front row
in the NP booth hall, no one will walk into the hall without going past
the booth (speaking of which we still don't have a banner...),
There is a good place in Tucson. I've used them several times in the
past. They have a 5 day lead time. I see that we have a 6' table. I'd
recommend a 5' sign, at whatever height maintains the correct aspect
ratio for whatever logo we're allowed to use.
Also, I see that we get an Ethernet connection. I'm assuming it's
IPv4/V6 I can bring a IPV4 router.
row I would suspect was already full up before the Oracle sponsorship.
I haven't perused the floor plan to that level of detail - thanks for
Monitoring the OO.o MLs, Louis was trying to round up folks for a NP
booth at SCALE a while back, but appears to have come up dry - or the
conversation went off list. (Speaking of which our booth staff head
count is up to 4, as of a few hours ago).
Good! That will leave some roaming time. At a minimum, I'm planning on
the keysigning party.
Who knows for sure if they can
manage to get a booth in the last few days, I heard via the grape vine
that the exhibitor count moved up recently from 80 to 90, I don't know
how true that is however, and I certainly am not going to worry about
Lastly, Oracle did have a booth at the last couple of SCALE , but even
if they do again it would be in a different Hall - not with the
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