On Fri, Jul 8, 2016, at 11:55 AM, Joe Brockmeier wrote:
On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 4:40 AM, Brian (bex) Exelbierd
> For the non-buffets, I think this is reasonable. However, as far as I know, we only
asked if people were vegetarian. We didn't ask for any further details. Once the
attendee list is set up we can email and ask for additional food details, however we are
running out of time to finalize the catering.
> The buffets should include a lot of options. I hope we can avoid having to control
those. What do you all think?
Shared with Brian previously, but currently we have this count:
Vegetarian: 34, Non-Vegetarian: 216.
We do not currently have a flock-attendee list set up but I'm going to
ask for that to be created over the next day or three.
If we can actually accommodate options more complex than
vegetarian/not vegetarian, I can send a note to the list of folks
registered to send a special needs request immediately.
They can, in theory, accommodate more complex restrictions. We have
additional time to confirm the restrictions even though we should be
settling counts soon.
Perhaps we should send the request out to both the speaker and the
However, I think it would be most helpful to modify the registration
form to have the additional options and to request people to fix their
registration. It will make tracking the responses way less crazy and
set the form up to be right for next year.
> HOWEVER, we have a number of people who are speakers (and I hope you
> know who you are) who are _not_ registered, and therefore would miss a
> request for that information.
> Suggestions otherwise?
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