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Old 04-26-2005, 02:01 PM   #1
rob_liberti
Dojo: Shobu Aikido of Connecticut
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muliple dojo seminar planning tool

Any chance of building a web tool to help plan for and organize a seminar where many people are coming from all over the country/world?

It would be great if there were something for some of the cost saving questions, like:

How many people are interested?
Where are they from?
How far would they be willing to travel given how much money they are willing to spend?
Is there any place that could offer free or cheap lodging?

What are the available dates are of the teachers, and maybe even of the interested parties?

etc. I know this is a non-trivial one, but it would be really useful.

Rob
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Old 04-26-2005, 02:04 PM   #2
Ron Tisdale
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Re: muliple dojo seminar planning tool

I think something like this could help in planning more events like the aiki-expo...it would be great to have two or even three broad venues a year in different major locations.

Ron

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