Camarillo Library Meeting Prospect

Hi everyone,

I was unable to make it to the meeting last Saturday at the Camarillo library. Would anyone please let me know how it went and or if it was a good location.

I met with the Camarillo Library Business Coordinator today and all the conference / meeting rooms are available. However... for a regularly scheduled meeting there are things that are in the way:

Meeting every (2) weeks cannot be scheduled.
Meeting on Saturday or Sunday is not available. Would have to be M-F. Evenings are good till 9:00pm Monday or Wednesday. Again subject to availability. They have to be able to allow others too.
There are exceptions to the above restrictions. They do have some small 6 person rooms available to anyone however they cannot be reserved. If they are all being used we would not have a meeting place.

On a plus side of things:

The regular meeting rooms are open, free of charge for a large gathering of tech oriented people such as the "JuJu" presentation from Clint Byrum of Ubuntu or David Lang on large Scale Wireless and David Rodriquez on "strace".
The large meeting would need to be publicly announced by us and the library. There are rooms that will hold up to 200 people and the rooms are very nice.
There is a nice coffee shop in the complex.

Any thoughts? Other locations to consider? Anyone want to do a large presentation we can schedule and promote? Know someone who would? Could be a great opportunity for us, other Linux User Groups and the general Linux community.

Thanks,

Lee

VCLuG Meeting

I have been to the Camarillo Library and lets give it a try this meeting. Go the second floor and there a small rooms available. They are for Group Study. However the library does allow use by a single person. If all the rooms are being used by single users go to the desk on the second floor and let them know you have a small group for study. They will go and ask the person to leave the room.
Same time, 2:00pm to 5:00pm. http://goo.gl/maps/CFcnI

I do have a meeting with the Camarillo Library Monday to pursue other options. I cannot be there for this meeting, it is a race weekend for me and my son.

Have fun,

Lee

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