[LGM] Venue selection process
tatadbb at gmail.com
Wed Apr 17 11:51:47 PDT 2013
Thank you Camille, I just start dropping all info I can think of there.
Hope for more inputs!
2013/4/17 Camille Bissuel <cbissuel at yagraph.org>
> Hi all !
> ale had set up a pad for LGM, so let's start using it !
> I've started a pad for the LGM venue :
> ideally this will allow to set up a selection process, and build a draft
> for a form to put on the LGM website in next days. Please copy and paste
> your mails to start !
> see you,
> 2013/4/17 Femke Snelting <snelting at collectifs.net>
>> Hello Maria, Louis
>> Thank you for refreshing these guidelines!
>> On 17/04/13 18:27, Louis Desjardins wrote:
>>> 2013/4/17 María Leandro <tatadbb at gmail.com <mailto:tatadbb at gmail.com>>
>>> Hello all.
>>> after checking the wiki I could add a few points, as you people
>>> said, it's almost there. I will just add things that I think could be add
>>> in each section.
>>> I think it would be great if we can have a solid form that people
>>> can fill within the next 2/3 days, Probably not enough time, but we will see
>>> ========== Venue Selection Guidelines ==========
>>> * Ethical/Political Issues
>>> * Security
>>> * Health
>>> * Free Software Acceptance or Support in the Host Country
>>> * Money
>>> - Short list of potential local and foreign sponsors with
>>> someone listed as contact, which in this case could make easier the
>>> international group to make a follow up of sponsorship status.
>>> * Time
>>> - To time, it should be add the possibility of colliding
>>> events with the estimated dates where LGM would be hold.
>>> * The LGM Projects’ teams
>>> * The Local Teams
>>> * Venue and On-Site Infrastructure
>>> - Even if would be better to have a gratis venue, if so, costs
>>> should be added as info.
>>> The ideal scenario for this is to have a large university to host us.
>> ... or a large art-space. Useful for connections with local artists,
>> designers, cultural organisations, schools i.e. "Materialising LGM’s
>> They basically have everything in terms of infrastructure : auditorium,
>>> bandwidth and wireless access (this is often an issue when not in such
>>> buildings where the IT dept is ready for tens of thousands of students
>>> everyday — then LGM people are not an extraordinary charge of the network
>>> but in fact a drop in the ocean! we don’t make any difference!), power,
>>> rooms for meetings, larger rooms workshops and displays, coffee break, etc.
>>> And this is free. It’s always negotiable to have the maintenance included
>>> into the "package". In Montreal, all those services were offered at no
>>> charge. Same happened in Wroc/ł/aw and Vienna. For Brussels, I cannot tell
>>> and I don’t know about Media Lab as well, but Femke can tell us.
>> All venue-related costs were carried by the host organisation both in
>> Brussels and in Madrid. So LGM has been hosted for free since 2006!
>>> * Accommodation
>>> - Maps showing a list of hotels, hospitals and other important
>>> * Environment
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