[yapc] Surviving Air Conditioning: How to Dress at UH?

Will Willis will.willis at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 22:51:14 PDT 2007

When touring the facilities the temperature inside was perfect. The
thermostats however had an easy time of keeping the temperature
consistent with only a handful of people walking around on a saturday
morning. Add 300+ people to the mix with doors constantly opening and
closing and you've got a different scenario.

I'm bringing a very light jacket just incase things get chilly during
a session. Just don't expect for it to cool off in the evening if
you're used to that, it's 1am now and it's a toasty 80 degrees outside
right now :)


On 6/21/07, James Keenan <jkeen at verizon.net> wrote:
> I'm wondering if anyone on the list can advise me as to how cold the
> air conditioning gets in the buildings at U.H. where the conference
> will be held.
> Based on our experience at Boca Raton in 2003, I wouldn't be
> surprised if the buildings at UH were air-conditioned to the point
> where you need to wear a long-sleeve shirt indoors (even when outside
> it's > 90F) and sleep with a blanket at night.
> Can anyone confirm this?  I want to start packing tonight and need to
> get an idea as to my long-sleeve/short-sleeve shirt balance.
> Thank you very much.
> Just another typically sartorially challenged Perl hacker
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