So I want to make sure awarding the organizer and speaker badges in
Fedora badges for Flock doesn't get forgotten.
Is it too early to award speaker badges? I think maybe it's ok to award
organizer badges since we've been doing the organizing, right? So I'll
go ahead and do those. Let me know if you think it's too early to award
the speaker ones - if it's too early now, when is a good time?
19.07.2016 23:34 Bruno Finger <bruno.k.finger(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys, it seems the hotels around are already almost full.
> Just wish to share I've found this hostel not very far from the conference (8
> minutes by car, Uber is your friend), they're both located next to a main road
> in Kraków so it should be a smooth go.
> Search for NH Hostel onhttp://booking.com , it's 62% off, I guaranteed my
> reservation for just 60 PLN for the 3 nights.
Anything is good if you don't find a better option but I'd like
to discourage that area due to high criminality (gang warfare,
although many people say that this stereotype is false, also
Flock venue area is not much different) and the distance which
is more than 8 km. This will be 8 minutes by car only if there
are no traffic jams, which means at night. At day it will be 15-40
minutes. Seems like you have just sorted all hotels still available
in Krakow by price and chosen the cheapest one. Well, it has
available rooms and cheap price for a reason.
Here is a list of hotels near Flock venue, besides Best Western
Premier and Best Western Efekt Express:
* Hotel Major http://www.majorhotel.pl
* Hotel Conrad http://www.conradhotel.pl/en/
* Quality System Hotel http://www.quality-hotels.pl/krakow
(good price and one room still available!)
* Hotel Apart Styl MG http://hotel-krakow.com.pl/hotel-apart/
* Q Hotel http://www.qhotels.pl/krakow
* Crown Piast Hotel http://hotelpiast.pl/ (probably expensive)
although I can't confirm any of them has the rooms available
and acceptable prices.
Back to the list of the cheapest hotels/hostels in town by
booking.com based on the location I'd recommend:
* Hotel Floryan Old Town,
* Hostel Yellow,
* Hostel Aleje 28,
* T&T Hostel & Apartments,
* Hostel Centrum Sabot,
* Enigma Hostel,
* PŚŻ Hostel,
* Hostel Krakow KRK,
* Pillows Party Hostel.
Shortly, anything closer than the Old Town should be OK.
Note that all these locations (including NH Hostel) offer you
a bed in a shared room.
If you want your flock lanyard badge to say 'Organizer' (or if you don't
want it to), speak now or forever hold your peace (you have a few hours!
People who I have so far based on list traffic:
If you were expecting to be on the list and aren't, it is my bad: no
If it matters to you in order to coordinate your outfits :), attendee
badges are green, speaker badges are magenta, and organizer badges are
On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 4:05 PM, Sylvia Sánchez <bhkohane(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I've received a form, filled it and send it back. Should I consider
> my room reserved or should I check this other place?
> You should receive a confirmation, how long has it been?
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I would like to request a reservation of a meeting room on Flock for
PRD workshop .
Checking the Flock schedule  and available rooms  there should
be free slots at the following times:
* Rembrandt - Wednesday, August 03, 15:30 - 16:15
* Picasso - Wednesday, August 03, 16:30 - 17:15
* Picasso - Wednesday, August 03, 17:30 - 18:15
* Calanetto - Wednesday, August 03, 17:30 - 18:15
May I ask someone (I am not sure who is responsible for the booking)
to book one of the slots above for the PRD workshop ? In case more
information is needed, please let me know.
Thanks and Best Regards,
Platform & Fedora Program Manager
Red Hat Czech s.r.o., Purkynova 99/71, 612 45 Brno, Czech Republic
We have a couple of options and I suggest we do this:
Close the Malczewski room at 4:30 pm and ask the hotel to set up tables
around the room for the games. Once they are done DKIP can load in.
Ideally they are done around 6:30 pm and ready to go.
The board games will be played in Rembrandt/Monet.
Does this work for everyone?
On Fri, Jul 15, 2016, at 02:21 PM, Filip Kłębczyk wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> As I've go no reply I've phoned to DKIG, to confirm their appearance.
> So it's confirmed.
> They will provide 12 classical machines, so they would need at least
> as many tables (the bigger the table and area around it - the better).
> They estimate that setup of everything will take 1.5 hours.
> I was promised to get that information on e-mail also, probably with
> some additional details, so I will forward/translate it to you.
> Best regards,
> PS. They have new website so you can see in photo gallery what more or
> less it looks like:
> PS2. Regarding board games I'm ordering them at beginning of next week.
We have a dedicated 150 Mbps bandwidth connection for the conference.
The IT team there is wanting to know our configuration.
They would like to know:
1. What wireless name SSID / password do You need for participants?
Password: I can come up with something unless folks have ideas
2. Thery suggest doing traffic shaping to limit bandwidth to 5/5 Mbps
3. They can also set up a "VIP" access with a separate SSID. This could
be used for speakers, etc. who need guaranteed or higher bandwidth.
They suggest setting the speed to 30/30 Mbps.
Suggested SSID: flock-speaker
4. They can set up the splash page with our text and logo.