SPUG: QCafe as a venue for PWP hack session and regular SPUG meetings

Mike Sensney mike at asi-seattle.net
Wed Mar 17 15:05:24 CST 2004

At 11:14 AM 3/17/2004, Michael R. Wolf wrote:

>El JoPe Magnifico <ext-spug at jope.net> writes:
> > On Tue, 16 Mar 2004, Michael R. Wolf wrote:
> >>> QCafe has a computer instructional area, according to their 
> literature.
> >>> Has anyone seen this?  (is it separate from the couple computers in 
> the
> >>> back right corner of the cafe?)  Is it a possible venue for 
> presentations?
> >>
> >> It's not appropriate -- only about 6 computers.
> >
> > Number of computers isn't really relevant, with regards to 
> presentations.
> > Is there seating for more than six people?  Any projection equipment?
>Of course. Your're right, computers aren't necessary for our
>presentations. I meant to indicate the size of the room (tight with 6
>computers and 6 seats). It's too small for our use.
> > I've seen the public area, and no, it's not appropriate either.
> > There is a small-ish meeting room right behind the stage, but IIRC,
> > it only seats maybe 8 people.
>That's about right. 8-12, but only about 8 at the table. Not
>appropriately sized for a SPUG meeting.
>SO.... I don't think QCafe is good for the monthly SPUG meeting, but
>it is good for a hack session - the public room *is* appropriate for a
>few folks to be doing private work together.

The QCafe also has a larger meeting room that will hold up to 30.

>Michael R. Wolf
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