VCF PNW 2020: Exhibitors, volunteers and speakers needed!
mbbrutman at brutman.com
Fri Jan 3 14:33:56 CST 2020
What: Vintage Computer Festival Pacific Northwest 2020
When: Saturday March 21st and Sunday March 22nd
Where: Living Computers:Museum+Labs in Seattle, Washington.
Web site: http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw
Why … So you can share your favorite old computers and projects in person
with like-minded others for two full days at a great venue. This is one of
the many ways we celebrate computing history while reaching out to a larger
audience, and hopefully inspiring others.
As of this writing we have seven exhibitors, three speakers, and a handful
of volunteers signed up. We are looking for 20 to 25 exhibitors in total,
another speaker or two, and a few more volunteers. While returning
exhibits are welcome, we want to encourage first-timers to step up and try
it out. (It is fun and rewarding!)
If you know that you can bring an exhibit please look at
http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw/exhibitor-registration and then fill in the
registration form. (Potential volunteers and speakers - send me an email
instead, as there is no form.) If you are “on the fence” or just have
questions please send me an email and I will get things sorted out for
you. The registration deadline is January 31st but if you know you can
commit now it will make project planning easier.
A description of the event can be found at http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw .
General information for exhibitors including links to pictures from last
year, a link to the registration form, and a FAQ can be found at
http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw/exhibitor-registration . Feel free to email me
mbbrutman at brutman.com or michael at vcfed.org
PS: Not exhibiting at the event but interested in unloading some tonnage?
We're doing a consignment area again and that is open to everybody. Now is
a good time to start cleaning and testing things that you might want to
sell. You bring your treasures and we’ll bring the buyers. Check
http://vcfed.org/vcf-pnw/consignment/ for details.
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