(j3.2006) (SC22WG5.5653) notes on visiting Boulder
Wed Jan 27 16:29:51 EST 2016
An extra hour a day gives us almost an extra day of subgroup time.
To me, that?s the deciding factor. If there?s hue and cry,
we could change, but I prefer not.
Let?s plan to give ourselves a generous amount of working time,
and if not all is needed, we can quit a bit early Friday and go play.
We will likely want a break by then anyway.
Besides, there?s better parking spots early. ;-)
> On Jan 27, 2016, at 13:30, John Reid <John.Reid at stfc.ac.uk> wrote:
> Bill Long wrote:
>> pdf says "Since the meeting starts at 0800 every day?? WHAT? I thought this was a WG5 meeting, that would start at the more civilized time of 0900.
> Well, we started at 8 in Vegas in 2014, see N2010. And the local
> arrangements paper, N2084 says we start at 8.
> However, there is a difference. For the 2016 meeting, we need to get
> from the hotel to the meeting place. A 9 a.m. start might be better.
> What do you say, Dan?
>> On Jan 27, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Dan Nagle <danlnagle at me.com> wrote:
>>> Attached are some notes on visiting Boulder, transport between Boulder
>>> and the airport, and a few other comments.
>>> There are links to some snaps where I thought it might be useful.
>>> See you in Boulder!
>>> Dan Nagle
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>>> <Boulder Notes.pdf>
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