Dear Jonathan and Edward,
Thank you for your kindness. I will let you know, if the initiative
ps. Edward: if you come to Hungary, and you would like to hear some
advice about nice places here, drop me a private email, maybe I can
----- Original Message -----
From: "Edward M. Corrado" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 5:14 PM
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] code4lib.hu meetup
> As Jonathan pointed out, there is nobody to ask formal permission - just
> go ahead and do it. Personally, I would love to see some of these regional
> code4lib conferences/meetups/symposium/whatever happen around the world.
> Who knows, I might even show up to one :-).
> Edward - who actually plans to be in Hungry for a day or two in late June
> on his way to Romania.
> Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
>> There's nobody to ask formal permission for, but I think you've done the
>> right thing by suggesting it on this listserv and seeing what "the
>> community" thinks.
>> As one member of the community, I think that's a great idea and an
>> appropriate use of the code4Lib name, and I expect that everyone else
>> will think so too.
>> You are also welcome to use the Code4Lib wiki if it's useful for your
>> local group/meeting. You can see that other local/regional/national
>> Code4Lib meetups very similar to what you envision have already listed
>> themselves on the wiki and make use of the wiki. Look under "Local /
>> Regional Groups" on http://wiki.code4lib.org/index.php/Main_Page . You
>> are welcome to list your group on the wiki and use the wiki if you like.
>> Király Péter wrote:
>>> I would like to ask you, whether is there somebody, from whom I can ask
>>> permissions, to use the name code4lib.hu for an unconference meetup,
>>> Hungarian library coders could talk, and pair-program in a style of a
>>> codesprint or OCLC mashaton?
>>> eXtensible Catalog