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I was at SCALE today, and will be there at least part of Sunday as well.

I'm WAY behind on ML reading, so sorry if I'm repeating things, below, that I haven't gotten to on the ML yet.

On 02/06/2011 08:51 AM, drew wrote:

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...),

Well, sort of. There are multiple entrances to the hall, and it's easy to get into the second and third rows. (I walked past almost all the other booths before finally finding LibO -- it didn't occur to me that we'd have such great placement.)

the front
row I would suspect was already full up before the Oracle sponsorship.

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). 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
non-profits orgs.

They do have a booth in the same hall, but it's way in the back.


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