Re: [PanoToolsNG] PanoTools Meeting 2010 - please vote for venue
- sorry, no more yahoo member, no more yahoo mail...
Only one single personal email adress
I also have the pain in the ass not to be able to change mailing adress of
I'm quite completely OUT of all kind of digital life, except here.
I'm really ALPHA and NOT web2.0
I did it all ages ago with bbs, when internet did not exist and all was done
with phone calls and C=64, I had digital life digital death
In days of Assbook I founded an Antisocial Network, which only member is me.
For me Vienna or Lisbon.
2009/9/19 Ian Wood <panolists@...>
> The proposed venues for the 2010 PanoTools Meeting are Lisbon,
> Plymouth and Vienna.
> You can read the three proposals on the meeting website:
> And vote in a poll on the PT Meeting Yahoo group (you'll need to be
> signed in to the meeting group to vote):
> Voting closes at the end of this month.
> On 7 Aug 2009, at 17:41, Ian Wood wrote:
> > As you probably know, the next PanoTools meeting is taking place in
> > Timisoara, Romania next week.
> > http://www.panotools-meeting.com/
> > We'd like to organise next year's meeting online so that everyone has
> > a chance to choose where it will be, so if you are interested in
> > helping organise the 2010 meeting, now is your chance!
> > What we need:
> > A meeting room for 40-50 people, with a projector and (ideally)
> > internet access, for three days.
> > One (preferably more) people from the area who can organise the room,
> > look up a few places to eat, maybe put together some travel info etc.
> > Date - probably best to stick with early August.
> > So far we've managed to sort out a room for free, usually through a
> > local university, museum etc.
> > If you're interested, please join the PTM Yahoo list at:
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/panotools-meeting/join
> > By the end of August, post a message to the PTM list with your name,
> > and the location that you can help organise a meeting at, then we'll
> > put up a poll for the whole of September so that people can vote for
> > their favourite location.
> > Ian
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