Mashed Libraries — "Mash Oop North"?

I’ll try and make some time to blog about the excellent dev8D event, but on Thursday morning I had a chat with Owen Stephens about running a Mashed Libraries event in Yorkshire.

Earlier on in the week, the name “Mash Oop North” sprang into my head[1]. With a name like that, it’d be rude not to run an event πŸ˜€

(Mash and Gravy by chotda)

So, would anyone be interested in attending an event hosted in Huddersfield (or perhaps somewhere else in Yorkshire)? I’ve posted a comment on the Mashed Libraries forum with more details about travel links to Huddersfield. Please post a comment here or on the forum to say “yay” or “nay”!

[1] “oop north” is fairly common slang for “up north” (i.e. the North of England), as in “it’s grim oop north

  1. Just received an email to say that Manchester might also be a possible location for “Mash Oop North”. Again, please leave a comment to say if that would be a better venue for you to travel to.

  2. If it’s Sunday 19th April or Monday 20 April then I’d love to join in πŸ™‚

    I’ll be on a quick visit to England between KohaCon in Texas and the “U Game U Learn” event at DOK in Delft.

  3. If you’re anywhere near Yorkshire, let me know and I’ll buy you a pint of decent beer and a curry πŸ™‚

  4. Paul S. said:

    Surely “aye” rather than “yay”!?

    Anyway, I’d go to this. And bring a colleague this time…

  5. Susan said:

    So, like, when are you coming to Kansas? We’d throw a part for you if you did, you know :_)

  6. Susan said:

    um, that’s “party”, not “part”. sorry!

  7. Brendan Dawes said:

    count me in. I love Sausages and mash.

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