Updated logistics information
== Getting to + around San Jose State University ==
There are helpful maps, travel directions, parking options, and public transit options for getting to the San Jose State University campus listed here:
TODO Some parking-specific information is also here: TODO
=== Map of the San Jose State University Campus & Library: ===
We are meeting in room 255 of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library on the San Jose State University campus (150 E San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95112). See a map that also has a few food options and transportation spots listed here:
== Other Logistics ==
== NorCal Event & Planning Contacts ==
* on the #norcal channel on the [http://code4lib.org/slack Code4Lib Slack];
* on the [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/code4lib-norcal Code4Lib NorCal Google Group];
* or email [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Beer] and [mailto:email@example.com Christina Harlow] directly.
If you would like to help with planning, thank you! We are keeping all planning information, confirmed details, and participation steps is in this open Google document:
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