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To: "T.J.T van Kooten" <thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, freeciv-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [Freeciv-Dev] Re: Plans for FUADEC 2 - request feedback
From: Raimar Falke <rf13@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 11:41:27 +0200

On Thu, May 22, 2003 at 04:42:50PM +0200, Reinier Post wrote:
> On Thu, May 22, 2003 at 03:28:55PM +0200, Raimar Falke wrote:
> [...]
> > It doesn't look like people are very excited to go the FUADEC. Lets
> > suppose that they are just working hard on the freeciv code.
> I've given up all attempts at coding for Freeciv.
> I can't even keep up with regular website and pubserver maintenance,
> I no longer test Freeciv versions or patches, and I vbery rarely play
> these days.
> > Yes I would like to come. The travel for me will be relative cheap:
> > 1*10 Euro for the flight (London Stansted) and 2*20 Euro for the
> > railway to the local airport.
> You have to add taxes and other costs to the air fare.

Do you have an idea how much?

> I thought railways were more expensive.

IMHO is this expensive for a 2h:50min journey.

> But the biggest cost booster is life in London.  The British pound
> in Britain is worth much less than the Euro in Europe.  But I'd
> certainly try to attend.

Yes life in Britain is expensive. Even more so in London.

Does anybody have hints about accommodation?


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