[Linux-aus] LCA2014 update
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Tue Aug 28 16:30:06 EST 2012
What is the usual geographic distribution of previous organising teams?
I'm assuming it was a majority of local people in each case.
I'm guessing many local areas may have trouble finding more half a dozen
people with sufficient free time. Surely not all the organising team would
need to be local? Would boosting the team with members from other parts of
the country help (so the organising team is eg. ~6 local, and ~6 interstate
people) help - or is it a case of too many cooks?
On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 4:10 PM, Simon Lyall <simon at darkmere.gen.nz> wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Aug 2012, James Polley wrote:
> > This task turns out to be trivially simple, because to date we have not
> received any bids. Several teams and individuals have
> > expressed an interest, but the number of bids received is zero.
> My 2 cents ( I was with one of the possible teams ).
> I think the big factor why we didn't do a bid was the size of the
> work requirement. Roughly speaking the minimum seems to be:
> " Half a dozen people need to allocate all their spare time for 12-18
> months plus 12+ hour days for 2 weeks of the actual conference "
> which is a serious commitment. We didn't have enough people that seemed
> keen to put that much in so our bid petered out.
> Many of the other events are over 1-2 days for <200 people. I'll make a
> guess and say they might be a 10th of the work to hold compared to LCA (
> Others feel free to correct ).
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