YESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! Anyone else?
And I am willing to help out in whatever capacity. (You probably don't want me taking care of your kids though.)
The typical obstacle that I've seen in helping/offering childcare has been insurance stuff. Just for whatever THAT'S worth...
John Spoor Broome Library
California State University, Channel Islands
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Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 5:54 AM
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Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] ACTION REQUESTED: Volunteer for 2015 Conference Committees
Quick question for those planning to attend Code4Lib 2015 - Would the availability of childcare make a difference in your being able to attend? If so I'll propose and lead a childcare committee (seeing as I'm almost local to it.)
On Aug 12, 2014, at 3:35 PM, Tom Johnson wrote:
> The 2015 Code4Lib annual conference may seem like a long way away, but
> it's already time for various volunteer committees to start work on
> the planning. As you know, the conference happens each year thanks to
> the work of the community at large; please take the time to sign up
> for confrence committees here:
> *We especially need people for the Keynote Speakers and Sponsorship
> committees.* These groups need to begin work ASAP and are short on
> Thanks to everyone who has already signed up to help!
> Tom Johnson
> on behalf of the C4L15 PDX Team