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  Reply # 285052 24-Dec-2009 22:11

pizzaaa hmmm..

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  Reply # 285430 27-Dec-2009 14:03
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Please notify me by e-mail.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 285485 27-Dec-2009 20:02
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Sounds good :) 


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  Reply # 285693 28-Dec-2009 19:54
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Would love to go to the Chch one too please... Cool



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  Reply # 286158 30-Dec-2009 20:25
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Some information on the registration process:

- First wave on 12 JAN 2010 (TUE) for people who replied or "watched" this thread. I will send a reminder email to everyone on the 11 JAN with the links to registration and limit to 35 registrations.

- Second wave on 14 JAN 2010 (THU) open to all other users who registered on Geekzone before 1st January 2010 and have at least two posts, with a limit of 50 registrations (first wave and second wave total).

- Third wave on 15 JAN 2010 (FRI) open to all other users who registered on Geekzone after 1st January 2010, with a limit of 60 registrations (total).

Important things to note:

- You can only register yourself.

- Registrations for all three events will run in parallel. You will have one registration link for each event. If you are planning to attend more than one event you have to register for each one.

- Once you initiate the registration process you will receive an email requesting confirmation. You will have to follow the unique link provided in that email to complete registration. Once you click the link you will receive a second email, which is the official confirmation. If you don't click the confirmation link you are not confirmed. If you don't receive TWO emails you are not confirmed.

- If you register make sure you don't double book with your other activities. If you double book and don't show up then a fellow geek missed a great chance. Be considerate.

- If you register and can't attend let me know at the earliest opportunity. We can make the registration available to someone else.

Once again, thanks to all our sponsors making this event possible.





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Master Geek


  Reply # 286172 30-Dec-2009 22:25

I would love to go to the Auckland one. Beam me up scotty :-)

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  Reply # 286222 31-Dec-2009 09:36
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Thanks for the extra info on how the registrations are gonna work i will be checking emails regularly to make sure i (hopefully) don't miss out on the Wellington event. :-)

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  Reply # 286278 31-Dec-2009 14:45
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Yeah can't wait :)

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  Reply # 286282 31-Dec-2009 15:10
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Just to double clarify, partners are not required to registered? But do we or can we note it down during the registration stage?




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  Reply # 286287 31-Dec-2009 15:56
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chiefie: Just to double clarify, partners are not required to registered? But do we or can we note it down during the registration stage?


Partners don't need registration but we may charge at the door depending on numbers on the event itself - exactly like all the previous years.






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  Reply # 286291 31-Dec-2009 16:43
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Here are the links for registration for each of the Geekzone Freeview pizza evenings:

www.geekzone.co.nz/geekzone10WLG.asp

www.geekzone.co.nz/geekzone10AKL.asp

www.geekzone.co.nz/geekzone10CHC.asp

These links are available to everyone *NOW* but registrations open only on the dates I've published in the OP.




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  Reply # 286293 31-Dec-2009 17:14
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sweet!

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  Reply # 286510 2-Jan-2010 13:36
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Sounds like a good night.

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  Reply # 286961 4-Jan-2010 18:55
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Out of interest, who are these events targeted at - IT boffins, or anyone interested?



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