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Cemetech Goes on a Retreat
Published by KermMartian on March 21, 2011 at 3:21:35 PM CST | Discuss this article (52)

This past weekend, three Cemetech staff members got together for a weekend of New England fun. Site administrator Christopher "Kerm Martian" Mitchell rode up on Thursday to Massachusetts to see global moderator and #cemetech op Shaun "Merthsoft" McFall, and on Friday we drove to Vermont to spend three days with administrator Thomas "elfprince13" Dickerson and his girlfriend Courtney. We had a great weekend of sledding, maple syrup making, outdoors fun, and of course extreme geeking out. We put together elfprince's Arduino-based gCn Bridge, worked on Direct USB, had extensive conversations about the current state of the TI enthusiast community and Cemetech, formulated a few new Cemetech policies and discussed possible promotions and demotions, and generally had a great time together. Christopher had previously met all three others when they came to visit him, but this was the first time that all four got together, and possibly the largest gathering of Cemetech members or staff yet. The Candid Photos thread has a few additional photos from the trip. I hope that more Cemetech members and staff can convene in the near future!

Right to left: Courtney, Thomas, Christopher, and Shaun in Vermont

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