I would prefer the 28th as well, since I'll be taking a friend to the
airport on the 21st. Any trouble with this?
On Sep 18, 2013 7:07 PM, "Gaurav Vaidya" <gau...@ggvaidya.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody!
> On 4 Sep, 2013, at 11:11 PM, Todd Allen <toddmal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > So, if we can all bring along a camera.
> (Or not -- we had a surprisingly fun Wiki Takes Boulder last year with one
> camera between three people!)
> > It depends where we want to go. If we'd like to go by car, I'd have
> probably 3 seats available, long as someone doesn't mind the middle in the
> back. If by train to downtown, however many would like to go. We can meet
> up at my car from there if need be, at Mineral.
> I'm not sure where Mineral is, but thanks for the offer!
> > I would like to stop downtown to get some photos of Biker Jim's, as I'm
> currently working on that article. We can do that in either case, and I can
> bring my camera to work if it's really opposed, but I'd really rather
> prefer it to be on the same day. And they really do have some good food. :)
> I'd prefer not to go downtown by car, since I can get there for free on the
> train, and would rather do that than pay for parking. But I'd be happy to
> drive to some farther out areas after that's done.
> > So, anyone opposed to meeting downtown for lunch/photos prior to lunch,
> and hitting the Botanic Gardens or other locations from there?
> I like this plan, and have set up the first part of the paperwork:
> I've proposed September 28 as the day of photography, since I'm leaving
> Boulder for a week from Sunday, September 29. Once we know how many people
> are interested, and have a time and a date finalised (hopefully by this
> weekend), we'll have all of next week to run geonotices (
> > On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 10:10 PM, Spencer Williams IV <
> enderandpe...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hey there, good folks. I'm totally up for Wikipedia Loves Monuments or
> Takes America, or whatever it might be this month. However, I should warn
> you, I'm totally, like, dirt poor. And so I couldn't provide transportation
> or anything like that. Ideally, I hope Gaurav might convince his roommate
> to go so I could jump into their car or something. I do have an iPhone
> though, and the Wikimedia app. So I'm set in that department.
> Sorry, Spencer -- I think my friend (not roommate!) might be out of town
> then. Would a bus trip to Denver be too expensive for you?
> > Any of the places Todd Allen suggested sound great. I don't have a
> particular preference, but the Children's Museum might be interesting. The
> Botanical Gardens would be nice too. I don't think I've been there yet. But
> really anywhere on that list sounds great.
> There's space on the event page to start throwing up ideas. Being on 16th
> Street means that we can go anywhere from Union Station to the Capitol for
> free. There must be something interesting within walking distance of that,
> > So if any of y'all are planning to go, please let me know. Also, I was
> very interested in helping out with Wikipedia Loves Libraries next month.
> Was there anyone else here who wanted to get together to make something
> happen in that regard? I think I may be able to ask someone at BPL to get a
> room reserved. I don't really have a solid game plan laid out, but I
> definitely wanted to do something like talk about basic Wikipedia editing,
> and then more advanced stuff like Templates, transclusion vs. substition,
> customizing your theme, custom CSS and stuff like that. Nothing too heavy,
> though, as I suspect there will mainly be people new to the project. But
> just to give people a sense of how to go about contributing a variety of
> Let me know how this goes! I'm trying to think of something we could do at
> either the CU Libraries or the CU Museum, but it's going to take a lot more
> organising than I'll have time for this semester.
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