Linux Kernel Summit 2007 - Accomodations

Ellie Young ellie at
Tue Oct 31 13:03:01 EST 2006


 From their web site, I'm not sure how this would work for the  
summit.  Can you please explain a bit more?

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On Oct 26, 2006, at 2:44 PM, David Woodhouse wrote:

> On Thu, 2006-10-26 at 14:34 -0700, Ellie Young wrote:
>> Robinson College
>> 20 minutes walk from University Arms Hotel
>> The youngest of Cambridge University's 31 colleges, designed and
>> built to serve as a premier conference centre in support of its
>> academic vocation, the College facilities are excellent, epitomised
>> by the well appointed study bedrooms.  The focus is on close
>> attention to detail, outstanding food and contributing to the
>> achievement of Clients' objectives. A modern venue with traditional
>> values, offering great events.
> I found myself back in Robinson last Friday night, to celebrate the
> Professorship of my old Director of Studies -- the person who always
> used to tell me off for wasting my time on what I now get paid for
> doing. I realised that they could actually host the format we want for
> the Kernel Summit quite well -- the main hall is perfectly sufficient
> for the 100-odd people cabaret style that we want, and there's a
> separate cafeteria which would house that number of people too,  
> without
> us having to eat in the same room where we work.
> I suppose it's a bit late to be saying that now... but maybe worth
> bearing in mind for next year :)
> 'binson is a bit far out to recommend it as accommodation while the
> conference is at the University Arms though -- I'd be most inclined to
> go for Downing.
> -- 
> dwmw2

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