Maybe we can coordinate details on this at the Collab Summit meeting.
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On Wed 3/14/12 8:03 AM, "Michael J Herzog" <mjh@...> wrote:
Kevin and Guillaume,
As you can tell, we have public transit in the Bay Area, but it is not
particularly well coordinated across systems. I suspect that the best
will be some combination of public transit and car-pooling with colleagues
we should be able to arrange during the Linux Summit (and we hope that there
will be more people coming to the SPDX forum from out of town who have not yet
figured out the logistical challenge).
A specific suggestion is to take SF Muni / Caltrain to Mountain View or a
similar stop on the Peninsula and one of us who lives nearby could pick you up
on our way to Cisco. For time, the best approach is to take one of the
trains. I am pretty sure that I could pick up some colleagues this way but I
may not have room for four.
On 3/12/2012 12:55 PM, Guillaume Rousseau wrote:
Le 12/03/12 17:31, Kevin P. Fleming a écrit :_______________________________________________
Hopefully this isn't an inappropriate usage of this mailing list...Philippe and me will be in the same situation
Two of us from Digium will be coming to the Bay Area to participate in the
Collaboration Summit and SPDX events. We'll be staying near Union Square and
aren't planning to have a rental vehicle since nearly all of our activities
in the Bay Area can be reached via public transit.
However, the SPDX Forum in San Jose is not practical to reach via public
transit from downtown San Francisco (two hours each way, it appears, twice
long as driving). We could of course rent a vehicle for that day, but that
seems a bit wasteful since it would be parked nearly all day.
I'm posting this here in hopes that someone might offer up a creative
solution (or two, or three). If there are other non-Bay Area participants
will be in the same situation, we could try to arrange some ride-sharing. If
anyone who lives in the area would be willing to offer carpool services
be happy to offset the costs) that would work as well.
No idea up to now about the best solution.
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