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  Comment: Kids of the world unite! (Score 1) on 2010.01.08 2:57

by pepl on 2010.01.08 2:57 (#71499)
Attached to: I feel like no one ever told the truth to me...
Most of the most important discoveries of mankind have been made while playing around, haven't they?
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  YAPC::Europe 2007 - Schedule Released[->] on 2007.07.16 15:15 pepl

Submitted by pepl on 2007.07.16 15:15
yapc Europe
The organisers for the YAPC::Europe 2007 are pleased to announce the launch of the preliminary conference schedule.

The schedule for the 77 quality talks is available at

Don't forget to register if you haven't done so yet and visit the conference homepage for regular updates!

Speakers please don't forget that papers/slides for the conference proceedings are due by next Sunday, 22nd July 2007!

Michael Kröll
On behalf of the YAPC::Europe 2007 organisers
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  YAPC Europe 2007 CFP and CFH Deadlines Approaching on 2007.05.08 7:07 pepl

Submitted by pepl on 2007.05.08 7:07
yapc Europe
pepl writes "The deadline to submit Hackathon proposals for this year's YAPC Europe
in Vienna is just around the corner. Please do not forget to submit your
proposals by Sunday, 13th May 2007. Information on what we're looking
for exactly and what we can offer to moderators (e.g.
travel/accommodation refund) can be found at:

The Call for Papers deadline is less than 3 weeks away from today:

The theme for this year's conference is "Social Perl", which we hope
will inspire submissions for this and related topics. If Perl has helped
you or your company to get people together, or if you can report how
Perl is "social" to other programming languages, or how Perl may profit
from inspirations from other languages, we'd like to hear about it.
Although this is our main topic for the conference, it will not be the
only one, and as such we will also be accepting talks on just about any

Types of talks include 20 or 40 minutes talks, 60-90 minute tutorials,
or 3 hour Hack-a-thons, BOFs or Workshops.

There are still some slots free!"
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