On Mon, 07 Feb 2011 15:25:59 +0100, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu>
I'd prefer London or some other West-European city.
I'm guessing it will be in SFO, given how closely the Twitter team
worked with the developers last year. They can't fly a few hundred folks
to NYC or London. The question is *where* in SFO - Fort Mason wasn't
particularly well suited for a "barcamp-style" conference with breakout
sessions, wifi, etc. The noise level / acoustics were unacceptable.
But really, unless they're going for late May - early June, they need
to get some planning done now. Google I/O sold out in 59 minutes, and
actually the scuttlebutt is that it was actually sold out for all
practical purposes as soon as the web site went live - "invited"
attendees had already scooped up most of the tickets. I'm not saying I
think Chirp will be *that* popular, but I'm guessing a lot of people who
didn't get in last year will want to come this year.
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