Our dates have been set as 2015-03-02 and 2015-03-03.

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On Jan 26, 2015, at 3:49 PM, Adrian Otto <> wrote:

> Team,
> Thanks for participating in the poll. Due to considerable scheduling 
> conflicts, I am expanding the poll to include the following Monday 
> 2015-03-02+Tuesday 2015-03-03. Hopefully these alternate dates can get more 
> of us together on the same days.
> Please take a moment to respond to the poll a second time to indicate your 
> availability on the newly proposed dates:
> Thanks,
> Adrian
> On Jan 8, 2015, at 2:24 PM, Adrian Otto <> wrote:
>> Team,
>> If you have been watching the Magnum project you know that things have 
>> really taken off recently. At Paris we did not contemplate a Mid-Cycle 
>> meet-up but now that we have come this far so quickly, and have such a broad 
>> base of participation now, it makes sense to ask if you would like to attend 
>> a face-to-face mid-cycle meetup. I propose the following for your 
>> consideration:
>> - Two full days to allow for discussion of Magnum architecture, and 
>> implementation of our use cases.
>> - Located in San Francisco.
>> - Open to using Los Angeles or another west coast city to drive down travel 
>> expenses, if that is a concern that may materially impact participation.
>> - Dates: February 23+24 or 25+26
>> If you think you can attend (with 80+% certainty) please indicate your 
>> availability on the proposed dates using this poll:
>> Please also add a comment on the Doodle Poll indicating what Country/US City 
>> you will be traveling FROM in order to attend.
>> I will tabulate the responses, and follow up to this thread. Feel free to 
>> respond to this thread to discuss your thoughts about if we should meet, or 
>> if there are other locations or times that we should consider.
>> Thanks,
>> Adrian
>> PS: I do recognize that some of our contributors reside in countries that 
>> require Visas to travel to the US, and those take a long time to acquire. 
>> The reverse is also true. For those of you who can not attend in person, we 
>> will explore options for remote participation using teleconferencing 
>> technology, IRC, Etherpad, etc for limited portions of the agenda.
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