[Space] Spacedroid launch (SpaceBridgeBeta) this Saturday!
nils at shkoo.com
nils at shkoo.com
Thu Mar 25 10:48:19 PDT 2010
Did you figure out if you're going or not?
I can also drive. I have 4wd and 5 seats for people including driver (6
if we're friendly), minus whatever room we want to take up for equipment.
Mine's a SUV (nissan xtera) not a pickup, so that's an added consideration
when evaluating cargo needs.
If we have a lot of people who want to go with, maybe we should both
On Mon, 22 Mar 2010, Greg Stramback wrote:
> Depending on how things go, I might be available for this Saturday.
> That said, I have room to comfortably fit 3 passengers with me, laptops,
> gear in the truck bed etc. I have a full suite of radio gear on 6m, 2m
> 70cm... the 6m and 2m gear are 110w Motorola monsters. Also have a Kenwood
> d710 in the truck for APRS yummyness. I have 4 additional UHF portables on
> commercial frequencies licensed for myself and for Burning Man.
> Fuel costs are of no concern to me.
> I'll know for certain if I can make it within the next 24hrs.
> On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 12:58 PM, Christie Dudley <longobord at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Oooh, I have some nice sarongs. But I already have a nice pair of pants
>> picked out.
>> 1. I'm coming and I'm retrieving Blake so he can come (and stay to the end)
>> 2. I will show up just as soon as I can manage to get out of bed and run
>> fetch Blake from his place across town. It is my intention that this will
>> be well before 10AM, but you know how intentions go.
>> 3. I am bringing my van, which should be hauling helium. I will have
>> enough room to take 1? 2? more than are already committed. (Mikolaj, want to
>> ride with me again?) I would like to see fewer, larger vehicles running. I
>> thought before it'd be better to have lots of chase vehicles to surround the
>> thing, but it seems to me that it'd be more efficient and fun to have us all
>> load up in fewer vehicles. The biggest expense from the last launch was
>> 4. I think I'm loading up a lot of the stuff from Noisebridge in the van,
>> including the helium. I am also bringing tape. And maybe a stapler to
>> staple tape (seriously) so we're not reliant on adhesives.
>> "We also briefly discussed having officers replaced by very small shell
>> scripts." -- Noisebridge meeting notes 2008-06-17
>> The outer bounds is only the beginning.
>> On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 11:56 AM, Mikolaj Habryn <dichro at rcpt.to> wrote:
>>> 1. I'm coming.
>>> 2. 10am sounds tractable - leaves us some time to faff around but still
>>> get out there and setting up by midday.
>>> 4. I'm bringing pants. And everybody else should too (exception granted
>>> for kilts/skirts/sarongs for those so inclined).
>>> On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 7:54 PM, Ariel Waldman <ariel at arielwaldman.com>wrote:
>>>> Starting a thread for everyone to coordinate:
>>>> 1. who's coming
>>>> 2. when are we meeting up at Noisebridge to drive out (sounding like it
>>>> might be 10am on the 27th, someone needs to confirm)
>>>> 3. how many seats/cars available to drive up to the launch location
>>>> 4. who's bringing what
>>>> For me:
>>>> 1. I'm coming
>>>> 4. I'm bringing bright pink streamers
>>>> Miscellaneous question: what did everyone do for food last time? :)
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