Post by The Chris McKenna on May 6, 2014 19:24:51 GMT -5
People who don't have a table reserved and want to go shopping at the Nominoichi are called buyers. The 6:00 line up is for them. The Nominoichi opens at 7:00 and OS doesn't want buyers to line up more than an hour before the event starts.
People who do have a table reserved are called sellers. They will have a different time to arrive and line up. Those details will be found in the "you have a table" email I sent each seller. It's the same email that includes the table number.
(I kind of like what I wrote here, so I edited it back into the first post)
Post by The Chris McKenna on May 14, 2014 10:01:36 GMT -5
You should check out the first post again.
It's been updated with some new information, and we added numbers to the tables. But remember, the numbers are not yet confirmed and the tables may not be in this exact layout at the event. If you need any help finding a table just ask at the staff tables.
... and if you have any other questions just let me know.
Post by The Chris McKenna on May 14, 2014 10:18:14 GMT -5
Well to be clear: The table locations are not confirmed yet. The numbers won't change, but they might not be where we have them shown here. This is only our plan, and often the reality is a bit different from the plan.
You can't go wrong with just numbers, you take a risk if you add locations. But it's your list, so it's your choice.
Oh, I have a concern about spacing for sellers, especially the ones against the wall. Will there be room to put an open suit case behind the tables and still move? Last year the center grouped tables had lots of room, but this year I am against a wall and I worry about spacing for movement.
A few years ago, the people there barely had room to walk, much less put anything. However, the venues were smaller back then.