Yes, I know it's early days :)
There is a strong possiblity that this will be held at Stanford Uni. N.
California. They had one there a few years ago and are very keen to host it
again. Also, so far, they are the only venue being offered.
It's very unlikely I'd be able to make it. Apart from the cost, the shortest
(most expensive) route is still 11 hours in the air, after which I would have
to speak to the wonderful customs people.
Now I Know Jonnathan and Chris are over that side of the pond, and Rob is
somewhat to the right, so I hope some of you can manage to show up there.
Apart from anything else, these events have a great atmosphere.
Yes, I do also have an ulterior motive. Not everyone is a friend of Yoshimi. I
don't know if my presence actually has any effect, but I'd rather the poor
synth wasn't left all on its own.
Of course, if anyone wanted to to a Yoshimi-based talk or workshop that would
be fantastic :)
Hermann's one is already up on the LAC website:
Mine isn't yet :@(
Will J Godfrey
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Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
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