On 21 Jan 2007 at 15:01, Chris Browne wrote:
> robert(dot)bernier5(at)sympatico(dot)ca (Robert Bernier) writes:
> > Is anybody planning to attend this and set up a booth?
> > http://www.it360.ca/
> I have involvement with the local LUG booth. I don't have a
> particular "PostgreSQL hat" on in that context.
> It would be a nice thing to have *something* PostgreSQL-relevant
> 'deployed' there.
> I'm not sure a booth is the right answer; the rules associated with
> having a free booth are somewhat restrictive. If you have a free
> booth, you're there to promote some form of user group, and it's
> verboten to try to sell commercial services to passers-by.
> And it's probably rather late to be *starting* to negotiate a booth...
> It seems to me that having a PostgreSQL talk would probably be more
> useful. But it's months too late; the due date, for that, was
> November 4, 2005...
Noted. If someone asks, we might just get it. The worst that can
happen is a refusal. No harm. No foul.
Dan Langille : Software Developer looking for work
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