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Re: Sign up for FSWE Open Space, W3C Workshop session agenda, and other updates

From: elf Pavlik <perpetual-tripper@wwelves.org>
Date: Tue, 31 May 2011 10:11:20 +0200
To: public-xg-federatedsocialweb <public-xg-federatedsocialweb@w3.org>
Message-Id: <1306827834-sup-4239@elfbook>
Harry, Everyone,

> The open-space wiki is up and ready to use - please fill in talks, demos,
> and coding sessions you'd like to see at the open-space:
> http://www.d-cent.org/wiki
> In good news, we finally went through the many, many wonderful position
> papers we received, and crafted out an agenda of panel-based lighting
> talks for the W3C Workshop part of Federated Social Web Europe. Here's the
> agenda:
> http://d-cent.org/fsw2011/w3c-workshop/

List of workshops and content of conference wiki both make me very excited =)
Do we have any plans for recording presentations, and if not streaming them live at least making them available online afterward?

> There's also some bad news - we didn't get any travel sponsorship money
> besides that already allocated to the invited speakers, so folks will have
> to do their best to get here without help :(
> However, I'd like to thank elf Pavlik for all his help in spreading the
> word and creating the wiki-page for the workshop. If there are any last
> minute requests for help/housing/etc., do you use this listerv and wiki to
> try to communicate.

For all those living on European Continent, you still can make it to Berlin even by hitchhiking! I recommend here: http://hitchwiki.org (with really great maps!) and you can also ask questions about it on #hitchhiking (freenode) or send me email directly. For hospitality networks based accommodation we can still ask pretty active in Berlin communities of http://couchsurfing.org and http://bewelcome.org In general, if someone thinks that lack of money can stop your from participating, please contact me for help in finding moneyless paths =)

> See you in Berlin, where as Henry put it well, walls will fall :)

Looking toward Friday!
elf Pavlik
Received on Tuesday, 31 May 2011 08:11:51 UTC

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