Thomas Goetz is not coming, his slot goes to Jonathan Stray (writer)
PS: he'll be there finally at SciFoo though
On Jul 29, 11:51 am, "Attila Csordas" <attilacsor...@gmail.com
> here I collect the confirmations sent to my email and not to the BBCamp
> *Andrew Yates*: not coming, deleted
> *Michael Nielsen*: be there both days, bit late on Wednesday, about 1:30 or
> Charles Parnot*: joins the conference on the 6th, ~4:30, Thursday, the 7th,
> whole day, will forward to Jamie a proposal for a short talk on OpenMacGrid,
> an Xgrid cluster of Macs that can be used by scientists to run computations.
> *Alex Bangs*: be there, both days, join for dinner on the 6th. I'm local so
> I'm planning to drive, information on parking will be good to have at some
> point. If parking is really painful, I may take the train. dinner:The one
> that came to mind is thishttp://www.macpark.com/page24.htm
> may be just too expensive for folks. There are many small places to eat in
> downtown Palo Alto so people could just break into smaller groups and go
> with the flow.
> *Dan Kaplan*: I'll be there.
> *Mark Kaganovich*: both days, vegetarian
> *Jeremy England*: both days, vegetarian
> Joseph Perla: *both days, vegan
> *Jason Myers*: I will be there.
> *Cameron Neylon*: Just to confirm I will be attending. I'm arriving on the
> evening of the 5th so may be around for DIYBio session and am staying at the
> Wild Palms hotel. Am interested in dinner &c on 6th and 7th. No dietary
> Alexander Griekspoor:* only be present on Thursday the 7th, I will also make
> my donation asap.
> I've no vegan/vegatarian preferences. I probably won't be able to attend a
> joint dinner on the 7th.
> *Sarah Kummerfeld* : I'll be there for the Wednesday but can't make it
> Thursday. Please don't include me in the head count for food, I'll just
> bring a sandwich.
> *Hilary Spencer*: Confirming attendance. I would also be very interested in