[clug] Linux.conf.au Registrations are now open!
kdambiec at ieee.org
Mon Nov 12 10:01:31 GMT 2007
I would prefer not to go to the penguin dinner and pay $60 less like
On Wed, 2007-10-24 at 13:16 +1000, Rob Weir wrote:
> On 24 Oct 2007, Jason wrote:
> > For us Linux conf newbies, can someone explain the difference between
> > the three types of ticket? In particular what are the requirements for
> > being a Hobbyist vs a Professional (I'm guessing I'm not Concession
> > worthy)
> At least in the past the intention was:
> Concession: full-time student, unemployed, etc - have a (current) card
> to demonstrate this at registration.
> Hobbyist: anyone else who is paying their own way
> Professional: people who are being sent on the company dime
> > and what do the following items entail:
> > Penguin Dinner
> The conference dinner on the final night - featuring the announcement of
> the next year's host city and the Rusty Wrench award.
> > Networking Session
> Professional delegates + sponsors + booze + a neat location for a couple
> of hours on one evening.
> > Extra Goodies
> Extra schwag in the bag.
> > Professional Listing
> A mention of your name in the conference booklet.
> > Couldn't find info on them on the site but I could just be blind.
> me either - last year's details are at
> no wonder the sound has so much body!
Karun Dambiec MIEEE MACS(Prov)
Email: kdambiec at ieee.org
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