GDC Indie Dinner

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by Musenik, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. Musenik

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    This year I decided to host the dinner on Tues. March 26th, at 6pm. It's at the same place it's been for the last two years, Cha-Am Thai. It's quiet, tasty, not very expensive, and only a block from Moscone. Here's their webpage:

    http://www.chaamthaisanfrancisco.com/

    Please RSVP to this thread, if you can make it.
     
  2. Grey Alien

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  3. Ryan Clark

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    Sounds like fun! Will be good to catch up with the IndieGamer forum crowd again :) I'm in.
     
  4. Dingo Games

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    Going to GDC for the first time this year. Count me in.
     
  5. Matthew

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    Can't make this, sadly, but looking forward to catching up with everyone at GDC!
     
  6. amaranth

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    I'll be there!
     
  7. cyrus_zuo

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    I will attempt to come!
     
  8. DaveGilbert

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    YES.

    I will be there. :)
     
  9. Musenik

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    It's turning out to be quite the party. I'm so looking forward to meeting with you all again!
     
  10. Grey Alien

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    Old-guard FTW!
     
  11. WaveRider

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    I would love to join you all if you've got an extra seat.
     
  12. Musenik

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    Please do. This thread is for determining how many seats.
     
  13. WaveRider

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    Great! I'm expecting a +1, so put me down for two seats.
     
  14. andrewlum

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    Hi I'm not very active on these forums but I definitely run an independent game studio and look forward to joining you guys.
     
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    If it makes any difference I'm friends with Amanda Fitch , Russell Caroll, and James C Smith.
     
  16. tfowers

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    I'll be there - great to see everyone.
     
  17. James C. Smith

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    I plan the be there

    (Sorry for the late reply)
     
  18. WaveRider

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    Dinner was great! It was fun to finally meet you all.
    Although I think that one waiter won't miss us much.
     
  19. Musenik

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    Thanks, everyone, for making it a great evening!
     

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