[yapc] Talk submissions are closed

Scott Walters scott at slowass.net
Thu Apr 29 11:16:38 PDT 2010

Ooops, I missed a "no" in my hasty reading and hasty reply.  Pardon me.
In that case, it's awesome we agree!  Let's be BFFs!!

*Five* rooms?  I was wondering about this.  Is there any way we can
repeat the conference the next weekend and run the whole thing twice?


On  0, Dave Rolsky <autarch at urth.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Apr 2010, David Fetter wrote:
> >I know you meant well by this, but please, NEVER encourage anyone to do 
> >their not-accepted long talk as a lightning talk.  It simply won't fit 
> >in the time allotted, and makes the speaker look like a desperate fool. 
> >A lightning talk is a completely different beast from any other kind, 
> >and is something you write from the ground up as a lightning talk.
> I think you're reading too much into this. If you wanted to talk about 
> Project X for 40 minutes, there's no reason you can't talk about Project X 
> for 5 minutes instead.
> -dave
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