Re: [78attendees] Outrageous dinner

Ed Jankiewicz <edward.jankiewicz@sri.com> Fri, 30 July 2010 10:09 UTC

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  we ate at gadjah mas - excellent, but a large group might be 
difficult.  Outdoor cafe with lots of tables might work.

On 7/30/2010 12:02 PM, Geoff Thompson wrote:
> I would be very interested in that
> For a group an traditional Dutch/Indonesian Rijsttafel would seem ideal
> I understand there are a few places in town that serve Rijsttafel
>
> Geoff Thompson
>
> On 30/7/10 2:43 AM, Iljitsch van Beijnum wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I was thinking: for those who aren't leaving the city today and don't 
>> have any dinner plans, it would be nice to arrange to eat together. 
>> It's probably easiest to just congregate somewhere and make plans 
>> there. The default "hang around at the reception area" won't work too 
>> well after 15.15 hours today, so I'm taking the liberty of suggesting 
>> the bus stop at the Markt square around 19.30 hours tonight, wear 
>> your badge for easy identification.
>>
>> If someone has a better idea, that's fine too.
>>
>> In addition, Lixia Zhang has suggested that we adopt the SIGCOMM 
>> (right?) practice of having "outrageous proposals" talks. This will 
>> probably happen at the next IETF but everyone is encouraged to think 
>> of something outrageous to present over dinner in one minute to get 
>> started.
>>
>> Iljitch
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