[Noisebridge-congress] need a space in Berlin?

Christie Dudley longobord at gmail.com
Mon Dec 21 01:31:13 PST 2009


Hey Mitch,

I look forward to seeing you there.  I notice your name is on Astera's
apartment thing.  Is the wiki accurate?
http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/Hacker_Hostel_Berlin_2009/10

We've added 2 more rooms to that in the same building, as seen below.  There
are a lot of Noisebridgers going.  It's very exciting!  If you're talking
about something different, that'd be yet another thing to discuss.

Christie
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Getting to the bottom of the hill is convenient. The view from the top of
the hill is stunning. Where would you choose to live?


On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 10:52 PM, Mitch Altman <maltman23 at hotmail.com>wrote:

>  Hey,
>
> Rubin just told me about this list.  So, here I am.
>
> I'll be setting up a huge hardware hacking area at 26C3.  We have pretty
> much the entire basement this year.  :)  I'm way psyched.
>
> And I'm way psyched about going to Berlin, one of my favorite cities.
>
> I'm getting ready to head out there in a few hours.  It was supposed to be
> this morning, but the snow in JFK canceled my connectrion there.  I'm using
> the time to create my LEDcube kit for Congress.
>
> I have an apartment with a few crazy, wonderful Austrians, some of whom are
> not going because they would rather chill together after the untimely loss
> of a friend.
>
> The apartment looks like a really nice, huge place, with plenty of floor
> space, a washing machine, internet, close to the U5 line (4 stops from
> Alexanderplatz, where BCC is, where 26C3 is happening) and close to several
> S-Bahn lines.  It's in Friedrichshain, a cool neighborhood.  We have the
> place from 22-Dec through 5-Jan.
>
> If anyone needs a place to crash, please let me know.
>
> Mitch.
>
>
>
>
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