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Originally Posted by fingal Now you're talking! How about Birmingham here in the UK? I'll give you some reasons: - Birmingham is huge: there are loads of places to go ...
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- 08-14-2006 #12
It's funny I was just thinking about this the other day, and what it would take to get us all together. A beer up would be good. thankfully most of us here seem to be on the up-side of geek. Loving the source, but still like beer and leaving the house.
I would go for Birmingham too. I live in the Southeast of Ireland, I could get there in two or three hours with some planning. What could be more central for world full of linuxforums members? Only perhaps Greenwich observatory itself!
It'd have to be good. Unless of course everyone that ever signed up came. A swarm of 80,000 linux geeks invading Birmingham
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- 08-14-2006 #14Originally Posted by zba78
- I thought I was Scottish and stamped around the house shouting;
- I lost 9 hours out of my life;
- I went out with the girl who supplied the rum for the next 3 years.
Just letting you know.I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso
- 08-14-2006 #15
I volunteer to have the conference at my restaurant in picturesque Abbeville, SC which is centrally located from all points on earth. We have plenty of room for such a conference, pool tables, a large dance floor, (petergriffin, be sure to bring along a few extra pairs of shoes), food, beer and liquor all in a relaxing Windows free environment.
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- 08-14-2006 #17
LOL! All my young life I thought everyone ate hash (as we know it) but when I began to travel I discovered that wasn't the case at all! It is particular to the State of South Carolina and very closely associated with the area where I live.
- 08-14-2006 #18
I'd be up for a meeting if it's in my back yard (i.e. somewhere in Texas). I'll pass on the beer though.Registered Linux user #270181
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- 08-14-2006 #19Originally Posted by techieMoe
Joking aside, if we were real geeks we'd do it so that the conference/party (I prefer a party) was split between different geographical zones; we would then hook the zones together using computers and web cams and have a VIGLOP ... Yes! A VIGLOP. What the hell's a VIGLOP? Well, it's a Virtual GLobal Party. It's also the noise your stomach makes the next morning after drinking my punch.
Each zone would feature IRC channels, web cams, VoiP and of course run on Windows. Errrr ... Kidding of course.I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso
- 08-14-2006 #20Originally Posted by Core Wizard
well you heard Moe his backyard was offered as a meeting place! he he