Alexis - I'm posting your question to the list because I don't have
We have a pre-conference room which will hold 80 people reserved for
Monday, 2/23. We could book a second (and third?) room if necessary.
I'm not sure if the pre-conference topics go to popular vote or if
anyone willing to organize one gets a green light. Jeremy or others
- how did work last year?
On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 2:50 PM, Alexis Rossi <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Jean,
> I sent you an email a couple of months ago regarding having an
> OpenLibrary.org pre-conference next year. I'm sure I was jumping the gun a
> bit timing-wise, but would now be a better time to start discussing whether
> this will be possible?
> Three people from our project spoke at the 2008 conference - Aaron Swartz,
> our tech lead; Brewster Kahle, founder of Internet Archive; and Karen Coyle,
> our metadata czarina. We also held a small meeting prior to the conference,
> which I'm told was well attended. We'd like to do a whole day
> pre-conference in 2009 if that will work out schedule-wise.
> What do you think, is this a possibility?
> Alexis Rossi
> Internet Archive
> jean rainwater wrote:
>> Mark the dates!
>> Brown University is hosting code4lib 2009 which will take place at the
>> Renaissance Providence Hotel from Monday, Feb 23 (preconference day)
>> to Thursday, Feb 26.
>> It's time to start a discussion of potential keynote speakers. Ideas?????
>> Jean Rainwater
>> Co-Leader, Integrated Technology Services
>> Brown University Library
>> Providence, Rhode Island 02912
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