Hi all - I sent this around earlier to some other folks. I was talking to 
someone at city hall in SF today and they brought me up to speed on this place:

In the old Chron building (and environs) not too far from the office.  Sounds 
like it might be an interesting space to try a meeting, or maybe even set up a 
regular 'collaboration' space.  I'm not sure what the overhead is, or if there 
is any. The city is quite excited about promoting them.

On Aug 23, 2010, at 6:17 PM, Eugene Eric Kim wrote:

> A good reminder: I followed up with both The Women's Building and The
> California Endowment, and updated the wiki accordingly:
> http://2011.westcoastwikicon.org/wiki/Venue
> The short summary: TCE is out, but The Women's Building is still in,
> and they have us tentatively down for January 15 and 16 (although we
> have to put down a $700 deposit to make it official).
> Steven, any updates on the East Bay Community Foundation building?
> =Eugene
> On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 1:01 PM, Cary Bass <c...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
>> We need to schedule a meeting.
>> We have some stuff to discuss with the WikiConference West Coast.  It's
>> now late August, and January is just around the corner.
>> I'm sure there are some other things we can talk about too, perhaps
>> discuss the WikiConference NYC, and how it wen this time? :)
>> Maybe we should meet up in the East Bay.  How does Berkeley sound?
>> Cary
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