[MLB-WIRELESS] Looking for a large venue for LAN party
maurice at rtgaming.org
Mon Sep 9 17:35:16 EST 2013
“Tony Abbott promises cheaper and faster alternative to NBN
Promise download speeds of 25 -100 megabits p/second by end of 2016
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Yay ADSL2 speeds. I have been waiting for those kinds of speeds, Wait I already am quoted at 24mbps.
I think this is my push to get on the Melb Wireless network, Who has a AP near Northumberland Road, Pascoe vale?
From: Adrian Eckardt
Sent: Saturday, September 7, 2013 8:04 AM
Subject: Re: [MLB-WIRELESS] Looking for a large venue for LAN party
When the NBN is complete it will be like one giant LAN party =)
What about Uni Halls?
On 06/09/2013, at 5:00 PM, Maurice <maurice at rtgaming.org> wrote:
I know this is a long shot and many of you would have out grown LAN party's these days and half these emails probably are not active.
I am currently involved in starting a new LAN party in the Melbourne region catering for about 600 people.
We have a mixed bunch on experienced and new comers to hosting such an event.
This is what I am stuck with.
I need a venue of 1400 msq or larger for such an event and being new to this area I am unsure of hidden warehouses and buildings around that aren’t in the mainstream advertising.
I want a building with 1400msq (roughly 3 basketball courts), 3 Phase power to the building, free parking and allows your own catering.
I have looked at the bigger places like the race coarse, The show grounds, Convention center and they all have very very expensive catering, Like 12 juice boxes for $36.
If any one knows of any thing from Large warehouse or pavilion to a empty aircraft hanger.
Also be happy if any one wanted to get involved <wlEmoticon-smile.png>
Thanks for any help you guys can give
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