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As you might imagine, Internet bandwidth is going to be a primary concern at a FUDCon event.  There is almost no hotel that can carry the load of a hacker conference.  BYO Internet can have a price tag of close to $5K.  An EDU might provide a better connection, but they also would have to be very realistic about their ability to handle 150-200 wireless connections in a fairly contained area.  Max and I need to see this explored better on the bid page.  Thanks for the work so far, it's a really good start. --[[User:Pfrields|pfrields]] 12:45, 16 April 2010 (UTC)
 
As you might imagine, Internet bandwidth is going to be a primary concern at a FUDCon event.  There is almost no hotel that can carry the load of a hacker conference.  BYO Internet can have a price tag of close to $5K.  An EDU might provide a better connection, but they also would have to be very realistic about their ability to handle 150-200 wireless connections in a fairly contained area.  Max and I need to see this explored better on the bid page.  Thanks for the work so far, it's a really good start. --[[User:Pfrields|pfrields]] 12:45, 16 April 2010 (UTC)
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The climate in Arizona is a bit odd these days to try and get a bunch of international travellers into and around Arizona.  http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/24/us/politics/24immig.html

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Internet capabilities

As you might imagine, Internet bandwidth is going to be a primary concern at a FUDCon event. There is almost no hotel that can carry the load of a hacker conference. BYO Internet can have a price tag of close to $5K. An EDU might provide a better connection, but they also would have to be very realistic about their ability to handle 150-200 wireless connections in a fairly contained area. Max and I need to see this explored better on the bid page. Thanks for the work so far, it's a really good start. --pfrields 12:45, 16 April 2010 (UTC)

Show us your papers!

The climate in Arizona is a bit odd these days to try and get a bunch of international travellers into and around Arizona. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/24/us/politics/24immig.html