My talk on OpenGuides has been accepted for YAPC::EU
----- Original Message -----
From: "José Castro" <jac(a)natura.di.uminho.pt>
Sent: 25 May 2005 12:04
Subject: YAPC::EU::2005 Talk acceptance information
The following talk you submitted has been ACCEPTED (but not schedulled
OpenGuides - coming to a city near you (20 minutes)
If you have submitted more talks, know that this email has nothing to
do with those. You will receive an email for each of your talks,
regardless of whether it is accepted or refused. If you don't hear
about one of your talks before June 19th, please send us an email.
WE NOW AWAIT YOUR CONFIRMATION that you'll be giving this talk.
Likewise, if you cannot present the talk, please contact us right
away. Thank you.
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2) There will be a prize for the best paper in the proceedings.
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Jose Alves de Castro <cog(a)cpan.org>