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Monastery 2005

Event Type :
Meeting

Dates :
1 - 3 July 2005

Place :
Czech Republic

Organizers :
Sad

Organizer Groups :
Padua

Productions released outside compos :
Monastery Party 2005 Partyreport by Padua (Misc.)

Attendants : (11)
Cactus, Ceti, Comos, Factor6, LHS, PCH, Raf, Ramos, Robert Bernardo, Sad, Sigi

External links :
Photos  (http://www.c64.cz/index.php?ukaz=Monastery_2005)

Releases containing information on this event :
Monastery Party 2005 Partyreport   Partyreport


User Comment
Submitted by DJ Gruby on 4 July 2005
A lot of people came to Opava this year, including non-scene guys and Spectrum sceners, and even some Opava hooligans (David's friends) had shown up... :) More than 15 personalities were present at the party place and all of them seemed to be having a great fun. What are the main observations of Monastery 2005? First must we place an absolutely perfect organisation. David made it really the best this year. I think that with such a skilled person, organising even a big demo party in Czech Republic would be possible. A nice surprise for all of us was to meet Robert from USA, who came to us from the distant lands. It was just a great thing to have a chance to talk to a true NTSC scener. In the "Bombmania" compo the absolutely unbeaten player was Raf, but in the rest of games PCH seems to be a perfectionist. Well, that's it I think. Thanks to all of you guys for showing your faces at this meeting, I hope to see all of you next year at both: Forever party and Monastery meeting.
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