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   1 From: Russell Stuart <russell-humbug@stuart.xxxxx>
   2 To: info@maritimemuseum.xxxxxx
   3 Subject: Museum Venue Hire
   4 Date: Wed, 09 May 2007 17:10:31 +1000
   5 
   6 I represent http://www.humbug.org.au, which is associated
   7 with Linux Australia http://www.linux.org.au.  Humbug is 
   8 computer club. Every year Linux Australia holds a 
   9 conference called the "Linux Conference Australia" (see
  10 http://lca2007.linux.org.au).  Or more precisely, one of 
  11 the member clubs of Linux Australia volunteer to organise 
  12 the conference.  Humbug is hopping of host the conference 
  13 in January 2009, or perhaps January 2010.
  14 
  15 One of the items on the conference agenda is a Professional
  16 Networking session.  This session is reserved for attendees 
  17 who have purchased higher priced tickets.  The conference
  18 is attended primary by computer programmers - people in the 
  19 open source movement who volunteer their time to write the 
  20 software that drives the majority of the web sites on the 
  21 Internet today.  They are a curious and intellectual bunch,
  22 and each year we try to choose a venue for the Professional
  23 Networking session that will fascinate them in one way or
  24 another.  Previous venues include CSIRO's Canberra
  25 headquarters (which has many of CSIRO's present and past
  26 projects on display), and Perth's zoo.  The Maritime Museum 
  27 seems to fit into this mold.
  28 
  29 It is a stand up only cocktail style event.  Wine, beer and
  30 hot finger food is provided.  The attendees are meant to
  31 chat as they wander around the venue.  It runs from approx 
  32 7:00PM to 10:00PM.  Security staff are generally on hand.
  33 
  34 Do you cater for this style of event?  If so can you
  35 tell me what you provide, what we have to provide (eg 
  36 security), and how much it would cost.
  37 
  38 --
  39 Regards
  40 Russell Stuart
  41 +61 438 805 133

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