Here are some (edited) details from Maxell's correspondence.
Polish can send two technologists, perhaps for 1 week.
Content: teach people how to make Polish sausages, hams, Pates, etc. and::: black puddings.
If you have enough time, you can learn how to make Polish cheeses.
Andrzej (technologist) is very good at smoked bacon and sausage from venison.
There probably won't be the time for tours.
It would be best to schedule such a meeting in September or October (still time to arrange a visa).
We may persuade Seminole (Stanley Marianski) translation.
(1) Chances are good that we will need at least ten attendees to make this thing worthwhile.
(2) The schedule is ambitious: in my experience with various business and technical groups, one week of any second language typically takes three to four weeks of translation, repetition, absorption, and demonstration. Hands-on demonstration is not any faster.
(3) Reducing the scope may be necessary. For example, black pudding is not terribly popular in North America, due to lack of raw material (blood) supply, different tastes, or whatever excuse. Pates are not as commonly consumed in North America as they should be. Polish cheeses, likewise, are in short supply. Although we would love to be thorough and cover these topics too, it may be necessary to not include them. (Maybe an "advanced course" at some later date?)
(4) We will need to video record the sessions, do some editing and subtitling, and make them available to forum members around the world who prefer English but are unable to attend. This is beyond my limited abilities, but some of you may be able. Should we consider video as part of this project? I hope so.
(5) One possibly better use of time and resources would be to video record the next session or two when they are given in Poland, then translate and edit them, and post them on the forum the way YouTube fanatics do. (...anyone know how to do this?)
So, as always, post your comments. If September or October would be a good time, let us know IMMEDIATELY.
(el Ducko to you, ol' buddy)