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Warpstock 2011 a Great Success!

ArchiveIt's official: Warpstock 2011 was a great success.

Throughout the course of the weekend, I kept hearing about how good the food was, how comfortable the accommodations were, how fantastic dinner at The Pit was on Saturday, and of course (over and over), how informative and well done the presentations were. The Warpstock Board is eternally grateful to all who participated and worked so hard to make this year's event happen.

A special thanks to our Meeting Coordinator, Rima Bose of Meeting Smart, for her tireless efforts at finding us the venue, presenting us with options for the social outing, for arranging transportation for Saturday night, and for negotiating such excellent contracts for us.

Please contact us for Rima's info if you have an upcoming event or know of someone who may benefit from her services.

Warpstock is only ever as good as the people in attendance, no matter what the program may be. If you attended this year's conference, thank you so much for participating, and we sincerely hope to see you at another Warpstock event.

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Warpstock 2011 a Great Success!
Authored by: abwillis on Saturday, November 12 2011 @ 03:26 PM
Thank you to the presenters and thank you also to the attendees.
This year was a success and plans for next year are already in the works.
Warpstock is more than the sum of the parts. The presentations, and therefore the presenters, are very important and we are indeed thankful for them but Warpstock is more than the presentations. Warpstock is also fellowship, being able to work out issues, learn of new projects or of status of current projects. We have discussed doing some virtualization of Warpstock, and we saw some of that this year in being able to have Roderick Klein of Mensys and Eugene give presentations on eCS and related projects. We continue to consider ways of having some virtualization of Warpstock for attendees, however, there is no way to virtualize the camaraderie. I would urge everyone to consider attending Warpstock 2012 and making it the most successful Warpstock ever.