We strongly encourage you to register as soon as possible as we do sell out.
But seriously, it looks like I'm in some good company. :)
You just know he secretly wants to be Michael Moore's love slave. :)
We are now accepting paper submissions for OLS 2003. OLS is now in its fifth year, and we're looking forward to seeing everyone again.
Yeah, resistance is futile.
Andrew and I have successfully bought a house. It's a 1500 square foot townhouse. It has 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, den, garage and basement. It's about three times the space we're living in now. It'll be good to not feel so cramped.
My dog Tigger died suddenly in her sleep. she just didn't wake up again. Everything just seems so gray without her.
I can't believe she's gone.
As far as I know, there are only maybe 2 or 3 people showing up for the Kernel Summit and not attending OLS. The rest are staying in Ottawa for the duration. I don't think that hurts us at all. The theory was that by holding the Kernel Summit before OLS, more people would attend both events, although I personally think that the Kernel Summit benefited a little more from this arrangement than OLS did. We always ask the attendees what they thought of the event, and usually they say, "too much content...brain fried!" and I guess that's a good thing. I wonder what effect the KS will have on their responses.
As for the negative vibes aspect of it, I am completely unqualified to comment. So yeah, you'll have to take that up with someone more knowledgeable than I.
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