[Linux-aus] Grant request: BarCampCanberra
Simon Pascal Klein
klepas at klepas.org
Fri Mar 28 14:29:27 EST 2008
On 25/03/2008, at 11:35 AM, Stewart Smith wrote:
> We'll put it on the agenda for this week's meeting - but I imagine the
> first question to come up would be: what's the $400 for? Are there
> specific things needed (signs, food etc)? What are the costs of these
> items? Basically, a very draft budget can help.
Sorry for responding to this so late.
Tees: 690, for 100 including varying sizes;
Pizza for the lunch;
O’Reilly books as a lucky door prize;
Possibly paying for wifi access.
> On Wed, 2008-03-19 at 22:15 +1100, Simon Pascal Klein wrote:
>> Date: Wednesday 19, March 2008.
>> Project Name: BarCampCanberra
>> Aim of Project: To hold Canberra's very first BarCamp at the
>> Australian National University on the 19th of April (2008). Although
>> we want to keep the conference a green day (little to no paper),
>> still hoping to provide conference t-shirts from Cafepress, water to
>> attendees and most importantly wireless Internet access given the
>> strong web focus of the conference.
>> Background: BarCamp is a worldwide string of conferences, or
>> "unconferences" whereby the organisers, typically referred to as
>> "unorganisers" only plan the venue, vittles and drinks (if any),
>> Internet access and streams. However the content of the conference is
>> completely determined by its attendees, who organise slots, topics
>> presentation style, all focussed heavily on web technologies.
>> BarCamps have run all across the globe with great success, and have
>> recently started running more commonly in Australia (particularly in
>> Melbourne and Sydney).
>> For more information please see http://www.barcamp.org/ and http://www.barcamp.org/BarCampCanberra/
>> Person Responsible for Request: Simon Pascal Klein
>> Request: $400 dollars to aid in covering conference expenses.
>> Note that BarCampCanberra is a non-profit event; in the event that we
>> find ourselves with any left-over funds we will choose a charity or
>> free software project to donate any such funds to.
>> Simon Pascal Klein
>> Concept designer
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> Stewart Smith (stewart at linux.org.au)
> President, Linux Australia (http://www.linux.org.au/)
Simon Pascal Klein
(e) klepas at klepas.org
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