Hi David,

There will be a number of rooms available. Wikimedia NYC can propose
sessions and reserve space on the day of the event. There will be between
six and eight open sessions (in each room) during the course of the day.

John Britton
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On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 12:51 PM, David Goodman <dgoodma...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Does anyone know how we could reserve a room ?
>
> On 3/19/09, John Britton <pub...@johndbritton.com> wrote:
> > Hello Wikimedia NYC!
> >
> > I'm writing because someone from your group expressed interest in
> > participating in the upcoming Open Everything NYC event. I'd like to
> invite
> > you all to attend, the full details are below. Furthermore, if you like
> the
> > idea, please feel free to pass this email on to others. If you're a
> blogger,
> > a short post to help get the word out about the event would be very
> helpful
> > (send me a link to your post so we can link back to you).
> >
> > I look forward to seeing you at the event!
> >
> >> Open Everything NYC <http://nyc.openeverything.us/> will take place on
> >> Saturday 18 April 2009 at the UNICEF headquarters in the United Nations
> >> Plaza, NYC. The event will run the full day, registration will open at
> >> 8:00AM and things will be in full swing by 9:00AM.
> >>
> >> The event will be 100% free and open to the public on a first come first
> >> serve basis, online
> >> pre-registration<http://nyc.openeverything.us/#registration>is
> required.
> >> The main hall can hold up to 250 guests.
> >>
> >> The event will consist of two keynote presentations (one opening & one
> >> closing) each of about 1 hour in duration. In the time between the two
> >> keynotes attendees will be in control of the program
> >> (Barcamp<http://barcamp.org/>style). There
> >> will be a number of conference rooms available for individuals to hold
> >> talks & discussions on topics they see fit. Past events have included
> >> topics such as Open Publishing, Open Education, Government Transparency,
> >> Open Access, Open Research Data, Creative Commons, Open Hardware, and
> >> more.
> >>
> >> From http://openeverything.net: <http://openeverything.net/>
> >>
> >> Open Everything is a global conversation about the art, science and
> spirit
> >>> of 'open'. It gathers people using openness to create and improve
> >>> software, education, media, philanthropy, architecture, neighbourhoods,
> >>> workplaces and the society we live in: everything. It's about thinking,
> >>> doing and being open.
> >>>
> >> Open Everything was started by a few people back in the beginning of
> 2008,
> >> and it has grown to include events in cities around the world. New York
> is
> >> going to be the next and we'd be delighted if you would participate.
> >>
> >
> > Cheers,
> > John Britton
> > --
> > contact info:
> > http://www.johndbritton.com
> > --
> > http://www.hostgrown.com
> >
>
>
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