[HacktionLab] Updates to wiki page, logistics and flying ideas
mike at mbharris.co.uk
Mon May 18 17:51:58 BST 2009
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Thank you. I spoke to Rich the other day who was going to price up and
order some cider. I personally feel that JJJ and the dry (that's West
Croft medium and dry ciders) are the best, but they are the most expensive.
We got a barrell of a well-know local Easton publican last year, I'll
get in touch with him and see if he can help us out again.
Juices: great, there's a shopping list for refreshments basically.
Once we are clear on the numbers then perhaps you'd be up for also
getting milk and soya milk too?
Nice one Llanos,
> I'll be happy to make sure we have some refreshments for the weekend :)) I
> can drive to the farm to get the cider (JJJ) on Thursday afternoon and take
> it to the site. I'm not sure where to get the ales from.. please email me
> with any suggestions. I will need to know numbers as well of course.
> Shall I also take care of the soft drinks (juices, fizzy drinks) or will
> that be taken by the ones that take care of the food?
> 2009/4/30 Mike Harris <mike at mbharris.co.uk>
> Hi All,
> I've been doing some updates to the Wiki over the last few days, padding
> it out, tidying up and generally making it neater:
> First action for you, review the workshops bit and add to it, change
> stuff, make suggestions.
> I've created a separate page for logistics, that's kit, crew, roles and
> stuff like that, it's here:
> Please have a look at that and make additions or put your name down
> against something you fancy having a go at. I've put down a few names
> next to different things of those who have said they're up for it or who
> did it last year, but don't be scared to join in.
> It's a hack lab, so we make it what it becomes, and we're all welcome to
> get involved and make of it what we want.
> So let's let the ideas fly ....
> /me ducks
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