martin f krafft | 27 Jul 21:29 2014

Paying with bitcoins

Hey there,

If you're about to attend DebConf14 and you are interested in paying
e.g. registration or venue with Bitcoin, please talk to me.
Nothing's in place yet (so don't rely on this yet), but I would like
to work out a solution that meets the demand, hence my asking.

Looking forward,

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Hey there,

If you're about to attend DebConf14 and you are interested in paying
e.g. registration or venue with Bitcoin, please talk to me.
Nothing's in place yet (so don't rely on this yet), but I would like
to work out a solution that meets the demand, hence my asking.

Looking forward,

--

-- 
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: :'  :  DebConf orga team
`. `'`
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Ana Guerrero Lopez | 19 Jul 20:45 2014
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Final list of accepted talks


Hi everybody,

Below is the list of accepted talks that will be scheduled in the next
days. Every talk has a slot of 45m except the "Live demos" event and the
"Looking back on a Debian Summer of Code" talk (it contains 4 presentations
by GSoC students).
Everybody should have gotten an email (in reality, a duplicated email) about
the status of their talk.

Please, contact the submitter directly if you want to have a Lightning Talk
or a Live Demo.

The talks committee could have overlooked some talk. If this is the case,
please reach us at talks <at> debconf.org

-Talk                                                                Submitter
-Automated Validation in Debian using LAVA                           Neil Williams
-A glimpse into a systemd future                                     Josh Triplett
-ACC for abi breaks                                                  Dimitri Ledkov
-Ad-hoc cross-builds and multi-builds                                Ian Jackson
-Adding ppc64el in Debian                                            Breno Leitao
-Auditors & Trademark teams merged BOF                               Brian Gupta
-Bits from the DPL                                                   Lucas Nussbaum
-bugs.debian.org -- Database Ho!                                     Don Armstrong
-Closing ceremony                                                    Gunnar Wolf
-Coming of Age: My Life with Debian                                  Christine Spang
-DC16 proposals                                                      Gunnar Wolf
-debci and the Debian Continuous Integration project                 Antonio Terceiro
-DebConf volunteer recruitment session                               Moray Allan
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Rick Stanley | 1 Jul 11:21 2014

Re: [Debconf-announce] DebConf14 attendance reconfirmation required by 21 July

Missing message?

Thanks!

Rick Stanley


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-------- Original message --------
From: Steve Langasek
Date:07/01/2014 3:37 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: debconf-announce <at> lists.debconf.org, debian-devel-announce <at> lists.debian.org
Subject: [Debconf-announce] DebConf14 attendance reconfirmation required by 21 July

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Debconf-announce mailing list
Debconf-announce <at> lists.debconf.org
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<div>
<div>Missing message?</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Thanks!</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Rick Stanley</div>
<div><br></div>
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<div>Linux &amp; Open Source Specialists</div>
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<div></div>
<br><br><div>-------- Original message --------</div>
<div>From: Steve Langasek </div>
<div>Date:07/01/2014  3:37 AM  (GMT-05:00) </div>
<div>To: debconf-announce <at> lists.debconf.org, debian-devel-announce <at> lists.debian.org </div>
<div>Subject: [Debconf-announce] DebConf14 attendance reconfirmation required by	21 July </div>
<div><br></div>_______________________________________________<br>Debconf-announce mailing list<br>Debconf-announce <at> lists.debconf.org<br>http://lists.debconf.org/mailman/listinfo/debconf-announce</div>
Joost van Baal-Ilić | 25 Jun 11:02 2014
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DebConf14: confirmation of registration, payment method

Hi,

Can anybody on this list answer these questions?  I've asked before at
registration <at> dc, but apparently they're working pretty hard to keep up with the
load.

On june 18 I've registered (as a non-sponsored attendant) for DebConf 14 at
http://debconf14.debconf.org/registration.xhtml, but didn't get any
confirmation yet.  I expected an email.  Is something wrong, or should I just
be patient?

Is it possible to pay by wiring the money (international bank payment), for
either the PSU-part (food and accomodation) or perhaps the registration-part?
My employer sponsors my attendance; only once they have a paper/pdf bill, they
can pay for my costs.

C U  <at>  DebConf14, Bye,

Joost

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Hi,

Can anybody on this list answer these questions?  I've asked before at
registration <at> dc, but apparently they're working pretty hard to keep up with the
load.

On june 18 I've registered (as a non-sponsored attendant) for DebConf 14 at
http://debconf14.debconf.org/registration.xhtml, but didn't get any
confirmation yet.  I expected an email.  Is something wrong, or should I just
be patient?

Is it possible to pay by wiring the money (international bank payment), for
either the PSU-part (food and accomodation) or perhaps the registration-part?
My employer sponsors my attendance; only once they have a paper/pdf bill, they
can pay for my costs.

C U  <at>  DebConf14, Bye,

Joost

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sco1984@gmail.com | 10 Jun 22:34 2014
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Regarding Travel grant for DebConf14 [from AMEY/India]

Namaste/Hello,

This is Amey from India. I came across DebConf14 information yesterday & yes I know it's too late even to register as I can  attend the conference if there is any possibility that I can get travel grant . Traveling from West side of India to West side of USA to me is traveling half the world & definite involvement of heavy fuel cost by airlines.  :-(

Pls suggest/advice if it's possible that I can get any travel grant. I read at registration page about deadline for the "Travel Grant" which was 15th May but still.  Yesterday[i.e.10th June] morning IST I sent e-mail regarding the same to sponsors <at> debconf.org and realized I sent to wrong e-mail address. I got reply from Clint.

- I can definitely be volunteer at DebConf14

My small contribution to Debian project as follows:- Using Debian since last 5~6 years in corporate world,active seeder of Debian dvd iso's,distribution of new release to needy people, promoter of Debian in corporate world & to new users. Some times involves brief technical explanation about how Debian can be installed on multiple processor architecture's. 

As I am not a Debian developer I don't have Debian SSO ID & debian.org e-mail address :-)

Looking forward to hear from you.

 
Thanks & Regards,
Amey.
<div><div dir="ltr">Namaste/Hello,<br><br>This
 is Amey from India. I came across 
DebConf14 information yesterday &amp; yes I know it's too late even to 
register as I can&nbsp; attend the conference if there is any possibility that I can get travel grant . Traveling from West side of India to West side of USA 
to me is traveling half the world &amp; definite involvement of heavy 
fuel cost by airlines.&nbsp; :-(<br><br><div>Pls suggest/advice if it's possible that I can get any 
travel grant. I read at registration page about deadline for the "Travel
 Grant" which was 15th May but still.&nbsp; Yesterday[i.e.10th June] morning IST I sent e-mail regarding the same to <span class=""><span><a href="mailto:sponsors <at> debconf.org">sponsors <at> debconf.org</a> and realized I sent to wrong e-mail address. I got reply from Clint. </span></span><br><br>
</div>
<div>- I can definitely be volunteer at DebConf14 <br><br>
</div>
<div>My small contribution to Debian project as follows:- Using Debian since last 5~6 years in corporate world,active seeder of Debian dvd iso's,distribution of new release to needy people, promoter of Debian in corporate world &amp; to new users. Some times involves brief technical explanation about how Debian can be installed on multiple processor architecture's.&nbsp; <br><br>
</div>
<div>As I am not a Debian developer I don't have Debian SSO ID &amp; <a href="http://debian.org">debian.org</a> e-mail address :-)<br>
</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Looking forward to hear from you. <br>
</div>
<div>
<br>
</div>&nbsp;<br>Thanks &amp; Regards,<br>Amey.</div></div>
Solveig | 5 Jun 18:29 2014

Prices?

Hi!

I read
https://lkuper.github.io/blog/2014/05/31/your-next-conference-should-have-real-time-captioning/
yesterday, and there is a conference for which I'd be interested:
Debconf, in Portland, August 23-31 [1]. It's a conference about Debian,
a GNU/Linux operating system.

[1] http://debconf14.debconf.org/

So I sent an email to the organizers, and they say it depends on the
prices. Your website says you can do it remotely, so how much would that
be for the week? Do you know any more people who do it, because there
are 3 conference rooms at the same time, so having all talks typed in
real-time would require more people. How many hours can you do a day? I
probably forget some questions :)

I'm very glad I heard about this, and I'm very curious to hear from you!
Sorry for my english, I'm french (being non-native english speaker is
one of the reasons I find it so interesting, because I understand way
better when there are subtitles :)

Cheers,

 Solveig
Solveig | 4 Jun 17:17 2014

Idea: real-time captioning

https://lkuper.github.io/blog/2014/05/31/your-next-conference-should-have-real-time-captioning/

If some debconf organizers think they can make this happen, it would be
great :)

Thanks for your work anyway,

 Solveig
Penny Leach | 26 May 06:23 2014

debconf15 logo contest: voting begins

Hi,

A few hours late (as I was sleeping), but the voting can now start on
which logo people want for Debconf15 in Heidelberg!

You can view all the logos here:

https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf15/Germany/LogoContest

And vote here:

https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf15/Germany/LogoContest/Voting

By adding your name to the table once.  Voting will run for a week.

Cheers,

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Hi,

A few hours late (as I was sleeping), but the voting can now start on
which logo people want for Debconf15 in Heidelberg!

You can view all the logos here:

https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf15/Germany/LogoContest

And vote here:

https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf15/Germany/LogoContest/Voting

By adding your name to the table once.  Voting will run for a week.

Cheers,

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Penny Leach | 11 May 17:53 2014

debconf15 logo contest

Apologies for cross posting, I wanted to reach as many interested
parties as possible.

We're kicking off a logo contest for DebConf15 in Heidelberg, Germany.
It will run for 2 weeks and close midnight GMT on Sunday 25 May.

Entries can be added to this wiki page:

https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf15/Germany/LogoContest

Or if you can't or don't want to, email them to me and I'll do it.

And thereafter people can vote until midnight GMT on Saturday 31 May,
using either the wiki or a doodle or dudle or some such, I will advise.

Go to it :)

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Apologies for cross posting, I wanted to reach as many interested
parties as possible.

We're kicking off a logo contest for DebConf15 in Heidelberg, Germany.
It will run for 2 weeks and close midnight GMT on Sunday 25 May.

Entries can be added to this wiki page:

https://wiki.debconf.org/wiki/DebConf15/Germany/LogoContest

Or if you can't or don't want to, email them to me and I'll do it.

And thereafter people can vote until midnight GMT on Saturday 31 May,
using either the wiki or a doodle or dudle or some such, I will advise.

Go to it :)

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Don Armstrong | 6 May 21:40 2014
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Possible Two Color Debian Logo White Vinyl Sticker Group Buy

I'm considering coordinating a group buy of two color, 54mm x 70mm white
vinyl stickers with the Debian Open Logo[logo], and distributing them to
other group purchasers at Debconf14.

Minimum quantities of 2000 (US$250) are required from the printer which
I've found,[printer] which comes to $0.125 per sticker. I'm personally
willing to take 500 of them, but I'd like to have enough other parties
to take the additional stickers.

Please either reply or indicate on the wiki page[wiki] if you are
interested with the quantity that you are interested in. I'm also
willing to consider larger sizes, shapes, or different printers, too.
[If you are not going to be at Debconf14, but are in the US and want
enough stickers to justify my time (and your money) sending them to you,
I'm willing to consider that too.]

[logo]: https://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-100.png
[printer]: https://stickerguy.com/images/stickerguy_bulk-pricing.pdf
[wiki]: https://wiki.debian.org/Merchandise/Stickers
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Jonathan Wiltshire | 29 Apr 15:38 2014
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DC14 non-sponsored details

Hi,

I couldn't find any details about the mentioned "basic, professional and 
corporate" attendance categories (apologies if I over-looked them). I 
realise you may not have costs for these yet; can you in the meantime 
give some indication of the differences between them?

I'm also unclear on registration for those neither SSO nor Alioth 
accounts. Should prospective attendees sign up at Alioth?

Thanks,

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