Hi all

How many people do you expect? Here's a link to the youth-hostels
suitable for bigger events.
The debconf-15 was in Heidelberg.


This is a youth-hostel near my place, there are rooms for groups but
rather small I think:



2016-09-21 19:36 GMT+02:00 Joël Krähemann <joel.kraehem...@gmail.com>:
> Hi all
> I'd like to help. I live near the german border in Switzerland by
> Lake-Constance. Just tell me what to do. I don't have a car
> so I'm tied to public transportation.
> Bests,
> Joël
> 2016-09-21 19:13 GMT+02:00 John Darrington <j...@darrington.wattle.id.au>:
>> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 05:38:44PM +0200, Darshit Shah wrote:
>>      Last I heard, we were looking into the Linux Hotel in D??sseldorf for 
>> the
>>      next GHM. But I'm not sure what happened about it.
>> That was considered some years ago.  But for PR reasons we  should not hold 
>> GNU
>> events at the "Linux" hotel.
>>      I completely agree that having such a deal where we can mix 
>> accommodation
>>      and conference expenses would be a great benefit for everybody. Although
>>      as Christian pointed out at one of the discussions during GHM 2016, it
>>      might make the event out of bounds for a few people.  Not everyone paid
>>      the ???50 per day but instead only paid for the cost of accommodation
>>      which can be far cheaper. It would be one item to consider.
>> In previous years the FSF has made available a small fund for subsidising 
>> people
>> who would otherwise be unable to attend, and so far as I know this fund is 
>> still
>> available.  Also, I think that most people would not object to paying (say) 
>> 5EUR
>> over and above the cost of the venue in order to support such people.
>>      If you do have any ideas for locations of such hostels, please do share.
>> There are plenty such places advertised in the internet.  For example have a 
>> look
>> at http://gruppenunterkuenfte.de  We just have to decide on something 
>> suitable.
>> The biggest issue, as I see it - is finding someone willing to organise it.
>> I can help, as I did in 2014 - but others would need to do their bit too :)
>> J'
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