Re: [103attendees] Thanks, Bangkok !

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Sat, 10 November 2018 07:53 UTC

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> I did notice that due to the scattered floors, there was very little
> chance to run into people, which reduced the hallway chatter for me. I
> wonder if there is a way to keep the meeting more confined to less
> floors.

i think that was the friday experiment.  how did that work out for you.
place seemed pretty empty to me.  folk went off campus to see wats up?

randy