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Re: [Ghm-discuss] FOSDEM?

From: Alex Sassmannshausen
Subject: Re: [Ghm-discuss] FOSDEM?
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2015 23:02:22 +0100

Hello once more,

I've reserved the restaurant for 10 people for now. There's a little
flexibility, so let me know if you haven't confirmed yet but want to
come after all.

A bunch of us will also meet at around 7pm at "Au Bon Vieux Temps" for a
drink before dinner on Friday.  It's about 10 min away from the
restaurant or so — so feel free to join there too if you wish!



Alex Sassmannshausen writes:

> Hello,
> I am pleased to announce registration is now open for the annual FOSDEM
> gnu hackers meal ;-)
> I intend to reserve (a) table(s) at “Annapurna” on Friday evening, at
> 8pm.  I intend to finalise the reservation tomorrow evening (Thursday 29
> Jan).
> Reply now to avoid disappointment!
> If you want to attend but really cannot do the above, let me know and I
> can probably make minor changes.
> Please reply to this email to confirm your attendance.  Confirmed
> attendees for now are:
> - Alex S. (myself)
> - Thomas S.
> - Ludo C.
> There were a couple of others who expressed potential interest already,
> I believe (Chris W., John S., Andy W.; perhaps José M., Luca S.?). But I
> didn’t want to add you to the list yet as the plan wasn’t finalised yet…
> (feel free to circulate to other interested parties).
> Sorry if I’ve missed you off the lists!
> Look forward to meeting up again,
> Alex
> Thomas Schwinge writes:
>> Hi!
>> I'll also be at FOSDEM.  Hotel Astrid, again.
>> On Mon, 19 Jan 2015 15:37:30 +0100, Alex Sassmannshausen <address@hidden> 
>> wrote:
>>> Ludovic Courtès writes:
>>> > Could you resend the contact info for the restaurant let’s say next
>>> > Wednesday, so we can at the same time count who’s coming?
>>> Sounds like a good plan.  I wasn’t actually the one who guided us to the
>>> restaurant last time, but by chance I think I walked past it about a
>>> week ago.  If this is correct, then I believe it was called “Annapurna”.
>> A very good idea, and yes, that's also the name I remembered.
>> <>.
>>> If someone knows for sure, please let correct if I’m wrong know — in the
>>> meantime, I’ll do as suggested: I’ll collect a final count next
>>> Wednesday and then reserve space for the Friday evening on the basis of
>>> that.
>> Please count me in.
>> Grüße,
>>  Thomas

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