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Re: [spox] Conference schedule V0.8

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I agree with this. Without demeaning the amazing work others are doing,
there is, in my opinion, no single group on the planet doing anything
anywhere nearly as amazing as Marcin and his team.

I just hope that Marcin's presentation is as amazing as the work :)

 - Smári

Marcin Jakubowski wrote:
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Whatever the schedule turns out to be, I really suggest that you try to put
my presentation in a position that does not conflict with anyone else. I
don't mean to be haughty, but I think that our work is the most important
presentation in the conference because of its real-life progress in building
the world's first, replicable, open source village.


On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 1:46 AM, Franz Nahrada <f.nahrada> wrote:

speakers writes:
 * Beyond Free Software
 * Aspects of Free Software
 * Social movements
 * Theories on peer production
 * Future of peer production
 * Special

 I used the tracks to avoid scheduling two events from the same track
 at the same time.

I for my part feel a bit uncomfotable because two of the speeches that I
want to hear most and that resonate much - Raoul and Marcin - should be
parallel with mine.

I therefore suggest maybe to move my speech to another point in time so I
can at least participate in one of them.

would for example Athina or John Kerell care to exchange their slot with
mine? That would be a bit better for me.




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