[maemo-community] Summit hotel room allocation & management

From: Dave Neary dneary at maemo.org
Date: Tue Sep 29 11:53:03 EEST 2009

I would say unbooking some rooms is best. It's clear we're not going to
fill 70 rooms, and I think you could safely unreserve 80% of what is
currently empty, and still have some margin for fitting people in at the
last minute.


Quim Gil wrote:
> ext Andrew Flegg wrote:
>> On Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 13:45, Sanjeev (EIPI)
>> <mobiletabletsblog at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Do I add my name to the "Who needs a room?" section as well, like some
>>> have done?  Or just to the "Shared Room Allocations" section?
>> "Shared Room Allocations" is definitive AFAIK. However, anyone who
>> puts themselves as "Single/Shared" in the "Who Needs A Room?" may be
>> auto-allocated into the list below.
> There are many rooms left. Either we sponsor more people only for
> accommodation (budget for travel is allocated already) or we un-book
> several rooms or a combination or both.
> What should we do? This is urgent since the worst scenario we must avoid
> is paying for unused rooms.
> Some of you might be thinking about moving people to the empty rooms so
> we have most people using a room alone. The price of the double room is
> ok for 2 people but is almost luxury for one alone. I believe Nokia VPs
>  would be paying less for their **** rooms.  :)

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