[Melbourne-pm] Last Chance to speak at OSDC
scottp at dd.com.au
Fri Aug 19 18:25:42 PDT 2005
Yes we did consider it, but then we got sponsorship. It is not just
the software, but the company is running it for us as well, including
registrations - which should save us heaps.
There is no doubt that cgpublisher has been very generous and their
help is really appreciated. I agree that their interface needs
improvement, and I hope that the feedback that everyone gives is
beneficial to them and that it improves.
Again, thanks so much for spending the time doing some feedback.
On 20/08/2005, at 1:36, Stas Bekman wrote:
> Rick Measham wrote:
>> Jacinta Richardson wrote:
>>> I'm sorry if you're already sick of the idea but for those who
>>> *intend* to
>>> submit a paper proposal ... eventually please be aware that TODAY
>>> is the last
>>> day proposals are being accepted.
>> It takes longer to fill out this wacky form than to present a
>> talk .. so
>> anyone thinking of submitting a proposal .. start now so you get
>> it done
> I agree. The overhead of registering is nasty. And the interface
> sucks. A
> few times I've found myself in the dead end of their logic flow :(
> Have you considered using the software specially written for YAPCs?
> Originally developed by Eric Cholet and the Paris Perl Monguers
> it's now
> used by other YAPCs as well. I can't seem to find a link to it. But
> if you
> are interested I'll find out where it is.
> Stas Bekman JAm_pH ------> Just Another mod_perl Hacker
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