In case you weren't aware of the fact, user registration for YAPC Europe 2003 is now open. At the moment more than 100 people have signed up, which is great.

The user information page features a field where you can enter your (numeric) perlmonks ID. (e.g. mine is 29008). It's been a tradition around here to have a node that lists all the monks going to YAPCs. I've cheated and queried the database directly, which lets me display the following list, which is Monk attending YAPC::EU 2003, sorted by length of tenure on Perlmonks.

If you're attending, either /msg me and I'll put your name here, or fill out your user details on the site and I'll requery the db from time to time. Hope to see you in July :)

update: placed in Meditations as opposed to Perlmonk Discussion or News, because that way I can continue to update the node rather than adding endless replies.

update: Registration is open. Use, not The show is being run off a server in my machine room, which is a lot easier for the organisers to work with, rather than the YAPC machine. As long slashdot doesn't hear about it, I'll be able to handle the bandwidth. As for the 500 error, that may have just been bad luck; someone was probably working on the backend.

Come to YAPC::Europe 2003 in Paris, 23-25 July 2003 (I think I'm repeating myself in this sig).

In reply to Monks attending YAPC::EU 2003 by grinder

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