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I understand your point, but don't you have the feeling that every "big
thing" happens in October ?

Doesn't sound to be for only France or EMEA :/

There might be some other stuff in the year, that's for sure, but I'm not
quite sure that it is "overloaded" the whole year... Sounds surprising to

On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 5:57 PM, Florian Effenberger <> wrote:


Florian Monfort wrote on 2012-10-12 17:20:

 What I think we should do : switch to a date in the year when we know
will be nothing else. We can't keep on confronting the others and keep on
dealing with the fact that so many people are already busy.

Making sure we can gather everyone from as much places as possible.

WHat do you think ?

I fear this is nearly impossible. I do see the problem, but we are a
global community, and I don't know of a single month where nowhere in the
world there's an important conference taking place. At the beginning of the
year, I started to compile an event calendar, and it was cluttered every
week with events and tradeshows...


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