[Security-devroom] Restaurant on saturday's evening

Martin Paljak martin at martinpaljak.net
Mon Jan 31 22:20:03 CET 2011


On Jan 31, 2011, at 8:24 PM, Peter Stuge wrote:

> Peter Stuge wrote:
>> Aris Adamantiadis wrote:
>>> I just contacted the restaurant. It's ok for 25 people (maybe more
>>> when I have more information), but we have to begin at 9.30 PM.
>> Fail. :\
> I must apologize. This deserves clarification!
> L'Artisan looks fantastic and I really would like to have dinner there.
> FOSDEM will be busy for me, and food options are quite limited on
> campus. I'll be starving by the time we close the devroom. My issue
> is strictly with the 9.30 time, although I normally love eating late.

For a while I remembered the time between devroom closing and dinner shifted from 1h to 1.5h but indeed, 21.30 (or 9.30 PM, +2.5h) is written on Doodle and in the e-mail.

True, 2.30 could be a bit too long time for some to just wait (and starve). But maybe it is possible to split for a quick snack and a nice beer in a nearby bar while those who want to visit their sleeping places could do that?

> We should certainly plan some time to dismantle the room in peace and
> so that we do not have to rush when going to dinner, which would ruin
> the meal, but 2h30 is too long for me is what I was trying to say.
> Sorry for being unclear! :(
One option would be to prepare for the day, what Larry offered seems quite a good idea. Unfortunately I don't know what a "clif bar" is but Googling suggests it might be a nice bite (clif bar and red bull?)

> I don't expect to bring much stuff so I will not stop by hotel before
> going for dinner. What plans do the rest of you have after the
> devroom closes? Aris kindly offered to try to adjust the reservation,
> what would be the prefered time for everyone?

I will be carrying stuff which I would like to drop off to the hotel (don't know where it is or how long it takes to get there and back) and get prepared for a  nice dinner and maybe some Belgian beverages later on somewhere. 
Whatever Aris can arrange and whatever suits to the majority of you is OK for me.



More information about the Security-devroom mailing list