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Re: Announcing GTUG Campout on August 7-9 at Google in Mountain View

From: Van R.
Sent on: Saturday, July 11, 2009 4:18 PM
To be *CRYSTAL* clear, you can only sign up for one ticket per name.
Instead of signing up for all 5 ticket types now, some people are
still signing up for one 3 day pass and also signing up for the demo
night. I guess that is progress. =)

You do not need to do that. Any 3 day ticket type includes the demo
night. If you have someone that you want to invite to demo night, they
will have to be registered separately under their own name for a demo
night ticket. Hopefully, this will be the last clarification of the
ticket registration process.

I will take care of cancelling any demo night tickets already reserved
by people that don't need them.

Cheers, Van

On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 1:58 PM, Van Riper<[address removed]> wrote:
> Just to be clear, the reason the maximum number of tickets you can
> reserve for each ticket type is one is because each person must
> register separately. Also, we ask that you only register for one type
> of ticket. I realize that some of you have the skills to participate
> in more than one role. However, we have a fixed number of slots
> available. So, we can't have registrants being counted more than once.
> Therefore, you must choose which ticket type is most appropriate for
> you.
> I promise that we won't stop someone that signs up as a developer from
> designing or vice versa during camp. =)
> I wouldn't mention this at all accept for the fact Eventbrite doesn't
> allow me to enforce the requirement that you only register for one
> type of ticket. It only allowed me to limit people to one ticket per
> type. I didn't think this would be a ��big problem, but, three
> different people have already signed up for multiple ticket types
> already.
> -Van
> On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Van Riper<[address removed]> wrote:
>> GTUG Campout is a weekend-long event where participants will have an
>> opportunity to design, develop, and demo a complete application over
>> the course of three days. The event kicks off at the Googleplex in
>> Mountain View on Friday, August 7th where ideas and teams will come
>> together. Teams will then have the rest of the weekend to build their
>> applications before presenting their work to the public on Sunday
>> evening. You can read all about it here:
>> If you have questions of a general nature, please post them to this
>> GTUG Campout Discussion thread on our message board here:
>> http://www.meetup...­
>> You can also contact me directly at this address: [address removed]
>> For those of you that attended our July meeting and are still waiting
>> for your Wave sandbox accounts, I promise to send a message to all the
>> attendees of the July meeting as ��soon as I get confirmation that all
>> the requests from that meeting have been processed. I believe they had
>> to be submitted to a larger queue of sandbox account requests.
>> However, I was told these requests were given priority. If it makes
>> you feel any better, I have heard that many Google employees are still
>> waiting for their own Wave sandbox accounts too. One thing I can
>> promise is that anyone that signs up to build a Wave extension for
>> GTUG Campout will have an activated sandbox account by August 7th at
>> the latest. =)
>> Finally, I want to point out that registrations for GTUG Campout will
>> not be done using our meetup site. You will need to visit this
>> separate Eventbrite registration page in order to reserve your spot:
>> http://gtug-campo...­
>> That's All Folks, Van

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