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Ya, we are going to wedge one in here before the big #7.
A bunch of us are going to be there anyway, and we were planning a pub crawl when someone said the magic word "conference" - so lets do it!
This thing will probably sell out fast...
80% of the london attendees are from england. 80% of the signups normally take place within the last six weeks.
Wow, now I know what Netscape 4 feels like ;-]
Sorry I wont get to meet y'all...
If anyone feels like a daytrip down to Spain, drop me a sticky.
I can almost remember the time when 3 weeks notice for a trip across the pond would sound logical.
> I was looking forward to going to
> London this time around.
deja vu - didn't you say that the other times too ;-)
Have faith - no one is saying there can't be more to do in london this year ;-)
I've been waiting for a PubCon I could afford to fly to...
I had enough spare to shell out for return flights to Boston, by the time Orlando came around. And I could cover Orlando now (but probably not late Feb without pushing the boat out).
Now it turns out, it's going to cost me a quid on the bus.
And a free bar... hmmm... I reckon I can get through more than $99 worth of beer in one afternoon, so I might even leave with a net surplus >;->
A bunch of us are going to be there now, and we decided - why wait?
Sure... Good way to limit attendees to people within driving distance and folks wealthy enough to keep international airfare sitting around in their 'mad money' jar.
Probably a very effective way to shut out the rabble, eh? ;)
Besides, it's Spring here, and it will be beautiful by June. Why would I want to miss part of the most fabulous time of year in Alaska, to go over to England in the middle of tourist season?