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Thanks to everyone who attended last night and to all that contributed through the hashtag #niatweetup. We have had some fantastic feedback and many requests to do another!
@AlanInBelfast has kindly blogged about the event on his website http://alaninbelfast.blogspot.com. If anyone else has blogged about the tweetup, please do get in touch.
Even though the tweetup is over, keep the questions coming on twitter.
Total cost for the event was £473.20 which included tea, coffee, biscuits, sandwiches and the hire of two plasma screens.
Updated (15/03/11) - Expert Profiles
We have over 70 registered attendees for the tweetup tonight.
The running order for the tweetup will be as follows:
You can look us up on google maps or view the images below.
Nominations for "experts" has now closed. Thanks for everyone who's volunteered to help out. Registration for the event is not compulsory but we'd appreciate it if you could complete the form below or email us firstname.lastname@example.org!
Here's the proposed timetable:
We still need your input!
Send your suggestions, ideas and any other comments to email@example.com
Updated (9/02/11): The Poll has now closed. The tweetup will take place on Tuesday the 15th of March at 6pm. More details to follow.
Updated (8/02/11): The Poll will close on Wednesday 9th February 2011 at 4pm.
Do you follow @niassembly on twitter? Would you be interested in coming up to visit the Assembly?
The Northern Ireland Assembly is hosting its first tweetup at Parliament Buildings and we want you to design the event! We'll be organising tours, talks, photo opportunities with input from all our twitter followers.
The first thing we need to know is when you want to come, so we’re asking you to complete the form below with your preferences. Then just tell us what you want to do, via twitter (@niassembly), facebook, email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 028 9052 1137. If you can’t make it to the tweetup, but still want to come up to Parliament Buildings, it’s open to the public Monday to Friday with public tours at 10am and 3pm, while the wider Stormont Estate is open seven days a week.