|For more about St Swithin see the entry in the Catholic
Encyclopedia. The moral of this tale is that we should all
keep our fingers crossed for a fine St Swithin's Day, because punt trips
are much less fun in the rain.|
I've now put up a much more detailed version of the conference programme.
In doing so I've noticed that there are two papers scheduled
for which no speaker has registered - please sort that out!
Now back from Vienna, and I'm up-to-date with the generation of
receipts. We have had one or two problems with credit card payments being
refused, mainly from US franchisees. There are still a few authorisations
in the pipeline (about 10).
I've been asked about an emergency contact telephone number during the
conference. I'll find out what would be best and include it in the venue
details on the web site. There'll be other similar oversights - if you've
noticed one please send e-mail to Ken.Moody@cl.cam.ac.uk, then I
can publish the information for all to see.
David Eyers has now sorted out lap-top
connectivity in delegate rooms with the help of the computer officers
at King's College. The preliminary proceedings are being printed right
We hope to put up some information for those presenting papers very soon.
If you are presenting a paper and have an urgent question then please send
e-mail to David.Eyers@cl.cam.ac.uk.
I'm just off to Vienna for DEBS and ICDCS, and shan't be receiving
e-mail until July 8th. As far as I know we have had no problems as yet
with the arrangements for payment, bar one which is subject to e-mail.
Please do not worry that you have received no acknowledgement; if your
FAX transmission was acknowledged, you will receive a receipt by e-mail
once your credit card authorisation has been processed by the Technical
University of Darmstadt and I have returned to my workstation. The
signed copy will be in your pack when you check in to the conference.
We're just starting to send out formal confirmation with an invoice
and an invitation. Both will be sent as .pdf documents attached to e-mail.
To save administration no hard copy confirmation will be sent. Please
see the registration pages for instructions on payment.
There has been so much demand for the tour of the city that it will certainly
go ahead, so the charge has been added to invoices where appropriate.
If you need an invitation for visa purposes you should request one by
e-mail to Ken.Moody@cl.cam.ac.uk.
Thanks to all those who have registered. Sorry for the delay in doing
more than acknowledge, not enough hours in the day. We hope to send out
formal confirmation with an invoice and a formal invitation within the next
week or so.
If you requested an invitation for visa purposes you should have
received one in electronic form as a .pdf attachment. If you don't
like the form of words, please send e-mail to Ken.Moody@cl.cam.ac.uk.
Signed hard copy should follow in about a week (both sent to the US so far).
If you asked for an early invitation and haven't yet received a reply,
please send a follow-up request. But everyone should receive one soon.
Site open for business. It's not debugged, and there is bound to be
the odd problem. You should receive e-mail confirmation of your registration
details; if anything is wrong please e-mail email@example.com.
We hope to send out formal confirmation with an invitation and an invoice
by June 15th.
Please send e-mail to Ken.Moody@cl.cam.ac.uk if you need
an invitation for visa purposes - first priority on his return from the US
on June 12th.
Although these pages are not yet linked from the WG 11.3 Home page
this is no longer a site under construction. More details of
the conference programme should be available
within a week.
A preliminary version of the conference programme is now available.
At present the Programme Committee is still hard at work.
Registration will not open before Monday May 27th.