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Hi :)
Doesn't that count as TDF sending you to a conference?  Therefore it's part of your job to attend 
these sorts of things?  Presumably some of the time you might be working with other projects or 
your own things rather than representing TDF all the time so only the regular hours count, not 

I'm just curious tbh.  
Regards from 
Tom :)  

From: Florian Effenberger <>
Sent: Monday, 13 May 2013, 7:40
Subject: [board-discuss] request for vacation

Dear board,

next week, I'd like to attend LinuxTag in Berlin, and therefore would 
like to file a request for vacation for four days: from Tuesday, May 
21st to Friday, May 24th.

There are two more events in the future I'd like to attend where I also 
plan to file a request for vacation, as soon as I know the exact travel 

One is the LibreOffice Conference, where I estimatedly plan to be from 
Monday, September 23rd to Friday, September 27th.

The other event is CONSEGI in Brazil, where I estimatedly plan to be 
from Monday, August 12th, to Friday, August 16th. Note that August 15th 
is a public holiday.

For the latter two events, I will file my concrete request in time when 
I have the exact travel dates, but for LinuxTag, if there are no 
objections, I'd like to ask Thorsten to file that accordingly with the 
payroll provider.

Thank you very much,

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