Yes all the events on the calendar are still happening and they would be promptly removed
Plenty of other dates available if they are flexible.
I see they mention a home in SF, would be good to confirm with them that we are in
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On Tuesday, September 13th, 2022 at 12:15 PM, QeazyE Something via events
Let's have them try to book, we also have to
check-in with Billy about Cam Life's event October 22nd maybe! If Cam Life is planning
to have that event still, then it won't workout. Otherwise these high schoolers
can have October 21st - October 23rd!
On Tue, Sep 13, 2022 at 10:53 AM Andrew R Gross via events
> I just sent an email to Visit asking when we could talk over the phone.
> My inclination is to try to support this if possible. If anyone has relevant
experience in hosting something like this, that seems like it’d be useful.
> On Wed, Sep 7, 2022 at 9:48 AM Jake via sudo-discuss
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> Date: Tue, 6 Sep 2022 23:08:55 -0700
>> From: Vidit Jain <vidit(a)unitehacks.com>
>> To: info(a)sudoroom.org
>> Subject: [sudo-info] Hackathon Venue
>> Hello Sudo Room Team
>> My name is Vidit Jain, and I am currently a high school senior. Me and my
>> team are organizing a hackathon called Unite Hacks in San Francisco,
>> California, and we are partnered with Hack Club <https://hackclub.com/>.
>> Our team consists of 6 brilliant individuals out of whom 4 are seniors at
>> high school and the other two are in college. We have organized some
>> virtual hackathons, such as Vivid Hacks <https://www.vividhacks.tech/>,
>> participated in numerous hackathons, such as Assemble
>> <https://assemble.hackclub.com/launch>, which was also hosted by Hack
>> However, this fall, we are inspired to host an in-person event.
>> Unite Hacks will bring together 60-100 high school hackers from around the
>> globe for a three-day mystical hackathon in San Francisco. Our goal is to
>> introduce students of ages 14-19 to a wide range of possibilities to create
>> something larger for their community with tech and code. Our 48-hour
>> in-person hackathon will connect students from across the world to utilize
>> technology and code (Of all kinds!) to create, innovate, and turn their
>> visions into a reality! Our projected date for the event is October 21 and
>> it’s expected to run for 3 days (10/21 - 10/23).
>> Unite Hacks needs a home in San Francisco and we were wondering if Sudo
>> Room could host us for a weekend (Friday 6:00 pm to 12:30 pm on Sunday) on
>> October 21.
>> We are also open for a 2 day event if that is something which can be made
>> We’d love the opportunity to connect and answer any questions that you may
>> have either through email or a call (phone or zoom). We believe that
>> sponsoring our event will be mutually beneficial and will not only give you
>> the opportunity to help us meet our goal of furthering learning, but also
>> to help students build impactful solutions.
>> If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out and we'd be more
>> than happy to clear any doubts!
>> Unite Hacks Website <https://www.unitehacks.com/>
>> Note: Our website is still in the works and will be completed by this week
>> Vidit Jain
>> Lead Organizer
>> Outreach and Marketing | Unite Hacks
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