[AUUG-Talk]: Re: AUUG conference 2007 "Quality"
doug.jackson at ewa-australia.com
Wed May 16 12:28:02 EST 2007
"Yes I am considering attending the AUUG conf this year"
Rationale is in Melb - reasonable content expected - No probs.
Andrew Chalmers wrote:
> This is an update on conference proceedings and a request for comment.
> As you may know this year the AUUG conference will span three days from
> October 12 to 14, in Melbourne. This years theme is simply, "quality".
> At this point we REALLY need people to show some support by sending a
> "Yes I am considering attending the AUUG conf this year" email to the
> board. This action will have an impact on the choice of venue and the
> cool events we hope to present this year. The board needs your
> enthusiasm and support for the conf, now more than ever.
> The best way you can help right now is to help us figure out the numbers
> so we can plan another great conference accordingly.
> If you have any feedback or suggestions for the conference we want to
> hear from you. We are planning a low cost conference at a university
> venue, and at this stage we welcome your suggestions and ideas for what
> _you_ want to see this year.
> Thanks, see you there.
> ALC & Adrian Close
> P.S. I (Adrian) would also like to welcome ALC to the board.
> He is standing in for David Vincent.
> auug-announce - announcements from AUUG Inc.
> auug-announce at auug.org.au
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