As code4lib is a community effort to which anyone can contribute, you don't
need to stop at saying what you might have written, you can actually go
write it. If you already have an account on the code4lib site, you can edit
that page <http://code4lib.org/node/488/edit> to improve everyone's
experience. If you don't yet have an account, you can sign up for
then go edit that page.
If you want code4lib to do something better, you can suggest it and maybe
someone will implement. But, if you REALLY want something done, you are
better off just doing it yourself.
This idea is, without doubt, my favorite part about code4lib.
John, I sincerely invite you to fully participate in code4lib. We welcome
your feedback, and even more, so your actions, to make the community
better. The more you give, the better the community will be for all of us.
On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 3:52 PM, John Blair <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> As much as I love arguments about https and comparing notes on various
> pet-projects, I wish the website was a little more … put together. This
> list has added about 30-40+ mails per day to my inbox, and I'm only really
> looking for one bit of information.
> I might have written "Hotel reservations will be able to be made after you
> register (sometime early-mid Janueary 2014)
> using the information provided in your registration confirmation."
> I'm hard to please. ;)
> On Nov 20, 2013, at 1:53 PM, Cynthia Ng <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Registration hasn't opened yet. My guess is sometime in January which is
> > when the program will be set. If you're subscribed to the list, it'll be
> > hard to miss!
> > On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 9:45 AM, John Blair <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >> Per the website (bolding mine):
> >> "Finally, the hotel has the capacity to host all of the attendees, and
> >> we've negotiated a rate of $159/night that includes wireless access in
> >> hotel rooms. Hotel reservations will be able to be made after you
> >> using the information provided in your registration confirmation. We
> >> be publishing more details as they become available."
> >> Where? When? How? Or does registration fall under "…more details…?"
> >> -John Blair