Alex Anglin <email@example.com> has finally put together some very concrete details on holding Debconf 2 in Toronto at York University, and barring some unforseen circumstances, it is a "go." (Without Alex, Debconf in Toronto would be impossible. He deserves everybody's thanks and gratitude!) Debconf 2 will be held in Toronto, Ontario, at York University, from Friday, July 6, to Sunday, July 8, 2002. (This is the weekend after the week of OLS, to accomodate those who may want to go to both.) At least 100 residence rooms are going to be available to conference attendees. Rooms are $45/night/person, plus 12% tax, for a total of $50.40/night. (This is in Canadian dollars; it is equivalent to approximately $31.66 American, or 36.58 euros.) Exact details on the rooms are not available yet (such as single vs double and internet connectivity, among other things). In addition, computing facilities will be available, as well as presentation-style rooms. LCD projectors may or may not be available. To decide the schedule of Debconf 2, I need those who are interested in presenting to contact me *now*. As well, all those who are willing or able to help administrate (for example, by getting some sort of web application up where people can sign up for rooms), contact me as well. I don't know how the exact logistics were arranged in previous years, but the numbers should be manageable, so I may just do everything by hand. Please contact me if you need any further information. Thanks. -- Joe Drew <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> Please encrypt email sent to me.
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