[Linux-aus] LCA2014 - Next steps to get it done?
josh at nitrotech.org
Tue Sep 4 00:05:54 EST 2012
That's great news, good luck with the smaller PCO's. (I would recommend
seeing my last post on this mailing list in regards to this topic for a
rough list of what is already done and therefore doesn't require a PCO).
The bid doesn't have to have exact dates if venues aren't willing to let
you lock them in. As long as you have a proposed venue and the agreement
to work together to figure out dates (hopefully with some sort of
priority etc) that will go a long way.
On 03/09/12 23:37, Luke John wrote:
> Yes, so at this stage I should probably mention that here in Western
> Australia we've been quietly working away on a bid for Perth, and one
> thing we've looked at as part of this is PCOs, the rough figure is
> somewhere between $50,000 - $ 80,000. However we are meeting with a
> smaller PCO this week to discuss the costing given that large parts of
> LCA are already worked out, as previous commentators have pointed out.
> A number of the PCOs we received pricing from are national so we'd be
> happy to shoot the entire bid documents to anyone else looking at
> putting forward a bid for LCA.
> The largest hurdle we have found in our work to put together a bid is
> finding a venue. Universities are not letting us make any plans until
> at best earliest January next year, at worst December next year.
> Kind Regards
> Luke John
> On Mon, Sep 3, 2012 at 8:27 PM, Russell Coker <russell at coker.com.au> wrote:
>> On Mon, 3 Sep 2012, Donna Benjamin <donna at cc.com.au> wrote:
>>> If no-one wants to - then let's get a PCO, and just get it done.
>> Do we have a ballpark figure of the cost of a PCO?
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