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Reply # 289941 14-Jan-2010 12:10
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YESS.. got in ... for AKL!!!! :)

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  Reply # 289942 14-Jan-2010 12:10
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Dharil: Yay!! I knew sneaking out of my meeting would work. See you in Wellington :)

Not for me it did not - I checked just after 12:00 - and it looks like it is all gone  :(
I will try again tomorrow for the final wave.

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P.S. Mauricio - Any chance you can stick me on the standby list if anyone pulls out? Thanks.

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  Reply # 289943 14-Jan-2010 12:12
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Nope it opened on time you must have your timezone set wrong in your profile settings.

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  Reply # 289944 14-Jan-2010 12:12
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No, the forum is an hour behind due to DST.


EDIT: Yeah, that up there ^.




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  Reply # 289948 14-Jan-2010 12:15
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Came on to register for the Auckland event but looks like it opened an hour early :(

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  Reply # 289950 14-Jan-2010 12:17
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ArranH: Came on to register for the Auckland event but looks like it opened an hour early :(



No it didn't. You have the wrong DST settings in your profile.




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Reply # 289951 14-Jan-2010 12:17
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ArranH: Came on to register for the Auckland event but looks like it opened an hour early :(


As I said, it opened on time, your forum clock will just be out. So it will 'look' like you did not make it, but in reality you just missed out. I assume that your timezone will not affect your registration.

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  Reply # 289952 14-Jan-2010 12:21
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I thought I had an issue as the PC on my computer must be out. My PC must be set about 5 minutes early. It really is a matter of being quick from the sounds of it.

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  Reply # 289953 14-Jan-2010 12:22
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Did I miss second wave reg link? Keen to join the AKL event :)

 

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this page not open yet :(

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/geekzone10AKL.asp

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  Reply # 289954 14-Jan-2010 12:24
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Well I didn't make it this time - remembered about 5 minutes noon and I forgot the first intake a couple of days ago. Alas I don't have time to camp on a web site to get an invite so might just have to meet people virtually! Would have been good to meet fellow GZ'ers and possibly anybody else who has the Google N1 phone so we could share experiences.




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  Reply # 289958 14-Jan-2010 12:26
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Ichiu7, you're still allowed to come if you check here tomorrow at 12pm. There's yet another round to go.




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  Reply # 289959 14-Jan-2010 12:27
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A big thanks to Mauricio. See you in AKL.

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  Reply # 289960 14-Jan-2010 12:27
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As per the first page, the registration link is always the same.
And it will be open again for the final ten, from 12pm tomorrow.

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  Reply # 289962 14-Jan-2010 12:32
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Darn looks like I missed this time. 3rd time lucky? :) My reminder went off at 1130 but got distracted.

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  Reply # 289966 14-Jan-2010 12:34
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magu: Ichiu7, you're still allowed to come if you check here tomorrow at 12pm. There's yet another round to go.


I realise that but with 12 spaces it's unlikely I could get a spot. I should have remembered the first intake when Mauricio sent out the invitations :-(




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