Hi DebConf6 will take place from the 14 May to the 22th 2006 in Oaxtepec, Mexico. It is preceded by an unofficial work camp called "debcamp", From the 6th to the 12th of May. On the 13th May, Debian Day, an information day for users, the press and Important People will be held. This will be mostly in spanish, and partly translated. This is the final call for registrations or, if you already registered, for reconfirmation that you will attend the conference. The deadline for the reconfirmation is 03. April 2006, 23:59:59 UTC! If you have not yet registered yourself and want to participate this years Debian Conference then please go to  *now* and enter your data. Then follow the rest of this mail to confirm your attendance. If you have already registered then go to , log in to your account and make sure to check the "I confirm my attendance" checkbox if you still plan to come. If your plans have changed, or you don't check that checkbox, you will not be considered for free accommodation and food. You would still be able to attend debconf, but you would have to pay fully for your lodgings and meals at the hotel. Lets repeat that, as this is important: You *NEED* to confirm that you attend DebConf before the 3th April 2006, 23:59:59 UTC or YOU MUST PAY YOURSELF. Please also add your flight number and arrival/departure date (at the airport). We need to know these for booking/planning the hotel. You can check for other people arriving at the same time at . Check the "keep my flight info private" if you don't want your information to be visible to other participants. It is highly unlikely that we will be able to hand out notebooks this year. We recommend that you bring your own if you want to use the network for work. Please also read the mail about room allocation, you can find it at . [URLS]  https://debconf6.debconf.org/comas/attendees/new  https://debconf6.debconf.org/comas/attendees/account/data  https://debconf6.debconf.org/comas/general/participants  http://lists.debconf.org/lurker/message/20060328.120500.3717debd.en.html -- bye Joerg <wiggy> "Memory is like gasoline. You use it up when you are running. Of <wiggy> course you get it all back when you reboot..."; Actual explanation <wiggy> obtained from the Micro$oft help desk.
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