SCALE 9x and XBMC Meetup – Update

Posted By: Team XBMC on Feb 21, 2011 in Site News

MeetupAfter discussion, the Team has agreed on a time and place for this meetup, and we’re all very excited to actually get to meet a few of you in person. Details below. And if you’re even thinking about going, please say so below. We don’t need a headcount, but it really can’t hurt.

XBMC Meetup

Location: Blue Palm Brewhouse

Map: Click here for a map.

Date:  Sat night, Feb 26th.

Time: 9:30-10:30PM until close

SCALE 9x

Location: LAX Hilton

Time: Feb. 25th – 27th

FLOSS MEDIA CENTER PANEL

Location: LAX Hilton, La Jolla Room

Time 1:30PM, Sat., Feb. 26th

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Discussion - 4 Comments

  • Mark Y. Feb 22, 2011 

    Ooohh! I really don’t know anything about Scale 9x, but I live about 20 mins away from LAX. Can I just show up to the “Meetup” and get the Dev Team’s autographs? Perhaps I can have them sign my jailbroken Apple TV2? How’s that for XBMC Fanboy-ism?!?!?! lol

  • garbearucla Feb 22, 2011 

    Bummer! I’m invited to a sorority formal that night, otherwise I would definitely show up. Maybe I’ll commute from UCLA for the scale 9x panel? Or who knows, if things wind down early, don’t be surprised if I make last call at the blue palm in a tux :)

  • Rothgar Feb 22, 2011 

    I won’t be able to come to the meetup but I will be speaking at scale Saturday evening so I am sure to stop by the booth and say hi.

  • tacoguy Feb 23, 2011 

    hmm. maybe Saturday. I think I’ll stop by Friday, you’ll have a booth up I’m assuming. Don’t know if you’ll appreciate a hearty handshake from an appreciative user. :)

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