Well, the housing block for General Assembly opened this week, and althought there was a false start that allowed some people to register on February 29, I can't complain because I got a room!
I will attend Columbus, Ohio General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association this year.
It's long been my opinion that you can get a lot done at General Assembly -- so long as you don't rely on the formal agenda. I treat the experience as an opportunity: the people who are likely to help you get something done are more likely to be in that one place, so here's an easy way to build the relationships and dream big. I intend to meet a lot of people for coffee and lunch and beer.
But the area around the convention center doesn't look great for easy dining, so I'll review by notes from the Disciple of Christ, who had their General Assemly there last year. Posts and maps forthcoming.
And if you're interested in taking to me at GA, please get in touch.