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The 2011 Slackathon conference

Contributed by jj on from the lazy-slacker-bums-with-ca$h dept.

It's time to restart the tradition of yearly OpenBSD conferences in Sweden again. After a missing year in 2010, we have decided to hold the Slackathon on the 6th of August.
As all previous years, there is no entrance fee. All money you bring is therefore available for donations to further OpenBSD/OpenSSH development! All I ask is that everyone that wants to get the free dinner mail me beforehand so I know how much to cook, and if you want the vegan version.

The programme will be filled in as the speakers acknowledge, so don't worry if it looks a bit empty right now.

Further information available at http://www.slackathon.se:2011.

Previous slackathon information and picture archives available on the 2006-2009 tcp ports.

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  1. By Venture37 (venture37) on http://www.geeklan.co.uk

    very cool :)
    Can you post some information either here or on the site regarding travel & accommodation, any recommendations for hotels etc?

  2. By avatar4d (avatar4d) avatar4d@gmail.com on www.downsizedc.org


    I wish I could go :-(

    Also, I think the correct link is http://www.slackathon.se/2011 (without the colon making 2011 the port number).

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    1. By avatar4d (avatar4d) on www.downsizedc.org

      Just for clarification, the way it was posted did not load for me as a port, but did as a directory.

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      1. By Janne Johansson (jj) on http://www.inet6.se

        > Just for clarification, the way it was posted did not load for me as a port, but did as a directory.
        >

        Yes, that works as a fallback, if you are behind AOL interweb proxies or something. For the rest, :2011 should work fine.

    2. By brynet (Brynet) on

      >
      > I wish I could go :-(
      >
      > Also, I think the correct link is http://www.slackathon.se/2011 (without the colon making 2011 the port number).

      It's right, probably a filtering issue on your end.. also ironic considering the website in your signature is missing the http:// prefix.

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      1. By avatar4d (avatar4d) on http://www.downsizedc.org

        > >
        > > I wish I could go :-(
        > >
        > > Also, I think the correct link is http://www.slackathon.se/2011 (without the colon making 2011 the port number).
        >
        > It's right, probably a filtering issue on your end.. also ironic considering the website in your signature is missing the http:// prefix.

        Must have been. It works from a different location. Also fixed my sig... thanks!

  3. By brynet (Brynet) @gmail.com on

    I think everyone wants to know.. what are you cooking? ;-)

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    1. By Janne Johansson (jj) on http://www.inet6.se

      > I think everyone wants to know.. what are you cooking? ;-)

      Same as every year, a bulgarian lens stew in two versions.
      One for vegetarians and vegans, and one containing parts of dead vegetarians.

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      1. By Simon (Simon_) on

        > > I think everyone wants to know.. what are you cooking? ;-)
        >
        > Same as every year, a bulgarian lens stew in two versions.
        > One for vegetarians and vegans, and one containing parts of dead vegetarians.
        >

        Fun fact: googling for "bulgarian lens stew", my first hit is this article ;-)

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