Maybe I’m wrong in thinking this is a big deal because here it is Monday, and only 71 people have replied over on Upcoming. I know you don’t want to be tied down to a schedule, but if you’re planning to swing by, make sure to RSVP.
This serves two purposes. First, you’ll get fed because the hosts will know how much food to order, and second, we’ll know you’re coming so we can better estimate the crowd size.
Sure, City Hall is pretty big, but we need to monitor the crowd size a bit to ensure that we don’t make a lot of noise that disrupts the daily business of the City, which would be a bad thing.
So, if you’re coming and haven’t done so already, go RVSP now. I’ll wait.
There’s a lot planned for Wednesday, both from CivicApps and from Portland Ten. Check out my announcement post for the details.
Suffice to say, it will be a good time. Plus, you’ll be hobnobbing with some of the people who help govern our fair City, and better yet, they want to pick your brains, e.g. the Portland Development Commission (PDC) just launched another survey that you might want to complete.
See you Wednesday. Did you RSVP yet?
Upcoming Portland Lunch 2.0s
Don’t fret too much. I have a few leads, but it’s getting close to hiatus for holidays time. Stay tuned.
Boilerplate in 3, 2, 1 . . .
I’m always looking for hosts, so if you’re interested or know someone who might be interested in hosting a Lunch 2.0, drop a comment, hit me up on Twitter (@jkuramot), or find me at a Lunch 2.0, if you want to chat IRL.
Want to know what’s involved? Check out the how-to primer.
Big thanks to all the hosts who have hosted or plan to host Lunch 2.0. As with the majority of the tech events in Portland, sponsors make them happen. So, we humbly thank you.