LB/2002 Online Registration
Please note that we will be stopping online delegate registration Monday
night 8pm, after which the databases will be transferred to the venue.
Given the advertisements in the papers (there is one final one on Monday
in both Times of India and Economic Times), response has been tremendous,
and we expect massive rush at the venue (we now have more than 1700
Everyone, pleae note that you are *not* encouraged to bring bags of any
sort to the venue. This is a security measure. If you are bringing a bag
of any sort, it will be searched, slowing everyone down.
Detailed delegate instructions will go out tonight as well as a repeat on
Monday evening. READ THEM!
Finally, a reminder about delegate codes:
1. If you present your 8 digit delegate, you only have to pay Rs.300 to
get in (300 is for all three days, there is no day-by-day fee) and to
receive your food coupons and T-Shirt.
2. If you did not register online, or didn't bring your 8-digit
registration code, you will have to fill out a registration form on
paper (bring a pen!), submit it at the counter, and pay Rs.500 instead
So *DON'T FORGET YOUR 8-DIGIT DELEGATE CODE*!!!!! We do *not* have time
for database searches. No code, and you are (s) above. Period.
You dont have to bring a printout of the graphic or the code, you can also
write it down on a piece of paper and bring it. (This is for the guys who
wrote in saying they dont have a printer). The only thing that matters is
For the convenience of everyone, the mail that will go out tonight (and
again tomorrow evening) will include your code in the subject line.
Tomorrow (Monday) will be hectic. Both managers and volunteers (who were
briefed on Saturday) will be at the venue getting things ready. So don't
expect much response from us on the lists.
Request - if any of you own digital cameras, bring them along and take
lots of pictures. Make them available to us and we will publish them on
the site. If you are using CompactFlash cards, we will have a reader at
the BLUG stall, so we can just copy your snaps straight off your card,
which will probably be the fastest and safest way.
OK, more probably later tonight.
Technology for a Free World
December 3/4/5, 2002
Atul Chitnis | achitnis@...
Exocore Consulting | http://www.exocore.com
Bangalore, India | +91 (80) 344-0397