[clug] PSIG changing venues...

Simon Pascal Klein 4pascal at tpg.com.au
Mon Feb 18 05:01:50 GMT 2008

On Mon, 2008-02-18 at 12:22 +1100, Paul Wayper wrote:
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> Simon Pascal Klein wrote:
> | I just mentioned this to Ash, the chap here who manages the training
> | room, just because Evan has relocated to Brisbane. He's completely fine
> | with it; we can use the machines, the projector, make a tea or coffee
> | provided we keep things clean and otherwise enjoy the comfy-ness of the
> | couches. :)
> Awesome.  What's the thought on eating in the training room?  I'd prefer to
> all go out and eat separately, but if someone was to want to bring some
> take-away meal in, and if they cleaned up after themselves, would it be a problem?

I'd prefer people not to eat in the room. Drinking is fine, but with
food there are other issues like stinking up the place with something
fried or whatnot. I think the meeting would function better with just
drinks and afterwards a nice social feeding somewhere nearby (which can
also change each month; by the way, Three Tai Mothers is quite a
delicious little place, just around the corner...).

> | Re Internet access, there are numerous ethernet ports and cables
> | throughout the room for the machines that are in there. I do not want to
> | be unplugging any cables from these machines so any laptop users have to
> | use wireless. Our office wifi network doesn't well reach the training
> | room and Ash doesn't really want to open or share it at the moment. I
> | can however turn my laptop into an AP and give you guys wifi straight
> | from the wired connection in the room. :)
> Well, I can bring along my little WiFi AP that does the same thing - all I
> need is a set of wires.  I can set it up as open, WEP or WPA, depending on
> what Ash wants.

I don't really mind, given that any such wifi network would only be up
for a short while.

> Thanks, Pascal, Ash and Looking Glass!

I'll pass the thanks on. :)


> Have fun,
> Paul
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