Procrastinators rejoice! Submissions deadline and early bird registration extended until April 10

missing-the-trainYou know who you are. Yes, you. You had that really, really good idea for an Open Source Bridge talk. But somehow, time just got away from you. And now you’re thinking that you probably won’t complete it before midnight tonight.

Oh yes, we know you all too well.

Well, buck up little camper. We’ve got a ray of sunshine for you. Even though we’ve been lucky enough to receive more than 100 proposals so far, we still want to read yours. Because we think you have something incredibly important to say. Something that the open source citizens of the world deserve to hear. And because of that, we’re going to do something for you.

The deadline for submissions has now been extended until 11:59 PM, April 10, 2009. Just for good measure we’re extending the $175 early bird registration rate until April 10, as well.

Huzzah! So now you have no excuse. And your idea is really good.

Please finish and submit your proposal. And while you’re at it, please register to attend.

April 10, you. And that’s final.

(Image courtesy StuSeeger. Used under Creative Commons.)

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