[Owasp-portland] Owasp-portland Digest, Vol 19, Issue 6

Matthew Lapworth matthewl at bit-shift.net
Thu Jan 26 16:12:42 UTC 2012


Agreed, all those locations would work out well. And to 2nd Aaron, if we
met at the Beaverton library, there is a great coffee shop across the
street to get drinks at before the meeting starts.

Cheers,
Matthew

On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 7:09 AM, Aaron Hockett
<AHockett at warnerpacific.edu>wrote:

> Hey Tim,
>
> Those look great.
>
> One other option for us West siders is that we meet at the Beaverton
> Public Library in downtown Beaverton.  The room sign up list here
> (https://apps.beavertonoregon.gov/secure/BookingSystem/rooms/room_librar
> y_rooms.cfm#conference) and it gives us some flexibility for rooms and
> it is open until 9pm on the weekdays.  One other thing that I was
> thinking about was that David Pirolo or myself would have access to
> check out a projector from Warner Pacific and bring it to wherever we
> meet in case OWASP doesn't have one/ it's just easier for us to bring
> one.
>
> Just some thoughts.
>
> -Aaron Hockett
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> Hi everyone,
>
> Great meeting last night.  Thanks for coming, those who could make it.
> During our discussions, it was mentioned that the Multnomah county
> library might be an option for free meeting space.  I've looked into it
> a little and here are three locations that seem to be good, based on
> meeting room size and accessibility:
>  http://www.multcolib.org/agcy/nwl.html
>  http://www.multcolib.org/agcy/hls.html
>  http://www.multcolib.org/agcy/bel.html
>
> In order to book these, I think someone just needs to have a library
> card and then fill out a request form for an open date/time.  One of the
> only restrictions is that all library branches close at 6pm except on
> Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, depending on which location it is.  On
> those days, locations may be open until 8pm.
>
> I'm also not sure about availability of projectors, I'll have to call
> some branches.
>
> How would people feel about these locations for our more formal
> meetings?  Any of them a serious pain to get to?  I live near the
> Hillsdale location, so if we did any meetings there, I could easily drop
> off the form prior to each meeting.
>
> Thanks,
> tim
>
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