I might have come to a workshop, but since it will probably be on a dvd later, I thought I would just wait for the dvd.
i saw that workshops were offered, but it was too-far/too-expensive/too-something. If it were closer/cheaper/something I would have gone.
the workshops offered were just not stuff i'm interested in taking a workshop in.
Kevin Murphy wrote:Hello,
I was interested in several workshops but when I looked at the cost to travel it almost doubled the price.
I know that this is not your problem but mine, but it did influence my decision.
paul wheaton wrote:I think some of the workshops we offered were, indeed, local. But I think some of the workshops we put together were designed to be something for people to fly to.
pay $100 to talk to us about coming to work your ass off""
Cj Verde wrote:
Perhaps someone on the Dailyish Email List who is registered at permies (with appropriate name), who has listened to 75% of the podcasts and has, say, 4 apples could have the application fee waived?
I would probably be interested in "How To" videos like How to Make a WOFATI Freezer but more likely if it was just a how to and not a video of a workshop.
More B&B and less "roughing" it.
Paul Wheaton wrote:And for all of that there is a huge expense which no workshop critic ever thinks of: if you don't make a first class web page for the workshop, people just don't wanna go.