On Fri, 8 Sep 2006, Joe Van Dyk wrote:

> On 9/7/06, James Britt <james.britt / gmail.com> wrote:
>> Gavin Kistner wrote:
>> > I was not properly paying attention, and now find that the RubyConf site
>> > says that registration is over and the conference is full. Woe to me,
>> > who lives 30 minutes away.
>> >
>> > What aspect of the conference is sold out? Is it rooms at the hotel, or
>> > is there a fire-code capacity to the room(s) the conference is being
>> > held in?
>> >
>> > Specifically, I'm asking if it might be OK for those of us who live
>> > nearby to drive in, attend sessions, and drive out? Possibly slipping
>> > some cash in the amount of normal registration costs to someone in
>> > charge.
>> >
>> > I assume the answer is no, but I had to ask.
>> 
>> I'd be surprised if cash-in-hand works as a ticket to the conference,
>> but I don't want to discourage anyone from tossing larges sums of cash a
>> David and Chad and Rich.
>> 
>> I think the lobby is a public space until you misbehave enough to get
>> tossed out.  Same for the bar. So you can catch the hallway track.
>
> Hm, what's considered misbehaving?  Nudity?  Drunkeness?  Throwing bacon?

naw.  those are all ok.  you just can throw bacon __while__ you're naked.
unless you happend to be drunk too, then it's ok.

-a
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