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- Subject: Lua Workshop 08: Event Location
- From: "Matthew M. Burke" <matthew@...>
- Date: Mon, 03 Mar 2008 13:26:22 -0500
When the dates for the workshop were fixed I extracted a promise from
the Mount Vernon campus's dean (who is also a member of the CS
department) that there would be space on the MV campus for the
workshop. After a walking tour and inspection of the available
locations last week, we have settled on a specific place.
The workshop will take place in the award-winning Hand Chapel (I'm not
sure what the awards are, but I do know that it won some---I'll look
them up before the workshop). Pictures of the building and the space
are linked from the workshop's webpage (http://lua.org/wshop08.html).
Note I have not booked an organist but if any of you have skills in that
area, let me know. Maybe we can work something out. I don't suppose
anyone's written any Lua code to work on organ (although there were some
presentations on Lua and music at the earlier workshops...)
As mentioned on the webpage, available equipment includes a PC attached
to a large display (with appropriate plugs if you'd rather use your own
laptop), a smart board, a white board, CD/DVD equipment and a sound
system. Let me know if you think you might need something else.
A final note, please let me know if you have trouble with stairs! This
building is pre-ADA, and for some reason the University's never had to
get around to upgrading it. So there's no elevator and no way to get to
the workshop space without traversing stairs. I will do my best to
manage something if needed---advance notice is greatly appreciated.