On 12/1/06, Rev. Bob <bob@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > The AYAW? Werewolf is going to this convention. I ran AYAW? there > > last year with a room assigned just to the game after 10 PM. > > > > >My big concern is that she was planning to attend the 12/9 (think > > >that's right) planning meeting & had already told Kristen (gaming > > >chairperson for ChattaCon) she'd run games. So....if anyone's > > >going to that meeting, please mention the need for an area for > > >AWAY? which will hopefully be a giant pyramid area too (although > > >I don't have any yet). I'm planning to make signs directing ppl > > >to gaming area (mainly for AYAW?), so if there are hotel issues > > >with signs being posted, I'd appreciate that info trickling down > > >to me. :) Please? Don't want to upset a con hotel! :) > > I'll be going to the 12/9 meeting, so I'll make sure to take the > above concerns there. Current info is that Gaming Central is the > Pennsylvania Station poolside restaurant, which I understand should > be available for 24-hour gaming...but I'll verify this at the > meeting. Results from the meeting: There are a few assorted places set aside for gaming stuff this year, and only one of them will turn into a pumpkin for a relatively short time. Current plans are for Pennsylvania Station to be all gaming, all the time, and that's where I'll be stationed - and there's a request in for it to have a soda tap, meaning we won't have to Brave The Cold for drinks. For those of you familiar with it, Rich's Board Game Library will also be there. Looney Labs space is currently planned for Grand Central, which will again be half-games and half-consuite (so again, no Braving The Cold), but that gaming area will apparently be turning into a dance floor on ONE night (not both!) of the con. It was unclear WHICH night, though.... On the SJGames side, as I'm their con liaison, I've suggested that I'll nail down a table in Penn Station and Greg can get one in Grand Central, so he can synergize with Amy. I would also suggest that some other intrepid Rabbit(s) stake out a table in Penn Station - that way both companies have representation in the two key areas, and all is good. KC has at least verbally approved this plan. Now the downside: There is currently no dedicated AYAW room planned, although I did don my rabbit ears long enough to request one. Amy, KC regards you as her primary LL contact AND you've got more experience there than I do, so I'll leave it to you to drop her an email on that front; hopefully you'll have better luck than I did there. Did I miss anything?