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[tdf-discuss] Re: LibOCon proposals



Cor Nouws wrote

Do I remember well that we have/had the idea to choose the organisers 
one year before? As to give them the opportunity to learn from the 
current years organisers experience.. (Not that I think, looking at the 
proposals, that experience is really lacking ;-) )

Could these bids open the possibility to do that right now ?
Would of course have as consequence that one of the teams would need to 
'conserve' their enthusiasm and commitment for another year ...


I couldn't agree more :)

Actually I think it would make a LOT more sense if applications for 2013
were opened AFTER the 2012 LibOCon ends.

Maybe more people from different countries who go to the 2012 meeting see
that it's not so hard after all  and might submit their proposals. I think
it's a good idea to promote diversity and interest in this project?

(Or maybe it is hard and that is why TDF wants people committed for 2013
before it happens? :) )

Just a thought ;)

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