DEC Legacy 2015 Pictures
mark at wickensonline.co.uk
Tue Apr 14 04:01:19 CDT 2015
Where would you consider accessible in terms of major cities? This
question comes up every year and I'm open to suggestions, but it would
probably end up with me having a three hour drive instead. The problem
I'll have is the 'unknowns' of a new venue - we still have a few of them
here every year even though the event has run several times now and it's
a lot easier to get things sorted close to home.
This year I've have folks come from South West England, Wales, Kent and
even Holland - and that included a substantial amount of kit. As far as
I know it's all survived (apart from a VT320 - but that died before it
left the building).
Having said that I appreciate there is a not insubstantial expense in
travel and accommodation that would be mitigated if the event were
within a reasonable distance.
On 14/04/15 09:11, Rod Smallwood wrote:
> It a pity its not somewhere more accessible.
> I have plenty of DEC systems that run.
> However a four hour drive would not do them or me any good.
> Rod Smallwood
> Digital Equipment Corporation (1973-1985)
> On 14/04/2015 06:22, kirkbdavis at hush.com wrote:
>> Man that 11/70 sure would look nice on my coffee table..
>> On April 13, 2015 at 10:20 PM, "Mark Wickens" <msw at hecnet.eu> wrote:
>>> I've uploaded some photos from the 2015 DEC Legacy event:
>>> Had a great time - already looking forward to the next one. Many
>>> thanks to the
>>> presenters (local and remote) and everyone who attended.
>>> Regards, Mark.
>>> p.s. yes, I will try and get a better gallery tool embedded into
>>> the DEC
>>> Legacy site. The drupal one I'm currently using sucks.
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