[LGM] ATTN ALL: Call for 2018 venue...
a at 414c45.net
Fri Jun 30 09:14:54 UTC 2017
It seems that we will delay a bit (a conversation to engage another team
has been postponed to next week).
Anyway, that size constraints are complicated (250!). Our second choice
was UNIA --some kind of university in a nice monumental building near
the center--, but it doesn't have a space of those characteristics. I
think we can only get that kind of spaces in the Universities and the
easiest options are far away from the center of the city, a model very
far from the original proposal (that aimed to use alternative cultural
spaces in the center of Seville). I don't remember that crowds in
Lepizig or London. Are those realistic numbers?
On 28/06/17 12:40, Øyvind Kolås wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 12:22 PM, ale <a at 414c45.net> wrote:
>> One simple question... which is the maximum attendance you remember for
>> a single event in an LGM? That's it, what maximum attendance is it
>> needed in a single space? Because with the proposal we're thinking of we
>> can attend up to four spaces simultaneously—I think that would be enough
>> for parallel sessions—but I have doubts about the capacity of the
>> biggest space inside the potential main venue (60–70 sat people, maybe 80).
> Among hard lessons learned from a couple of past LGMs, is that we want
> to avoid parallel tracks for presentations. Thus having a large room
> able to host 250 people or more (not uncommon for our European LGMs)
> is desired. Smaller rooms for parallel sessions of workshops/BOFs
> scheduled at separate times from the main room presentations is the
> format we've landed on. Deconflicting the workshops/BOFs to minimise
> the risk of splitting some ones interests is already rather difficult.
> 1: BOF - birds of a feather, a somewhat confusing internation
> conference acronym based on an idiomatic english expression.
> 2: "birds of a feather flock together" is based on the observation
> that birds of the same feather(species) fly together in one flock,
> feather is used as a analog for interest, and thus in the conference
> context it means that people with shared interests gather for
> conversation about their interests.
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