[pp.int.general] Uppsala 27-29/6
marten.fjallstrom at piratpartiet.se
Wed Apr 23 14:48:14 CEST 2008
The date is accurate, planning is going ahead though nearly not as fast as
I had intended too.
The rough schedule looks like this:
People arriving, social stuff
Work during the day
Event open for public in the evening (panel discussion or something), then
Work before lunch
Manifestation/demonstration thingy after lunch
Goodbuys and leaving
Where to stay:
We will be in central Uppsala (not that Uppsala is that big anyway), and
we are planning to soon get up a page for the event with contact info to
hostels and hotels. Since our organisations have little in terms of
monetary strenght and our members tend to be an interesting mix of
students and professionals, we will post links to various places with
different price ranges. Something I would like input on: Should we try
some "house an international pirate"-thingy were we check if we have
members who would like to host one of you?
Content of the work:
This is the least planned part. If we have some platform for the EU
parliament election in 2009 and can formally sign it or something it could
be good to get media attention and kickoff that election campaign as a
More information as planning proceeds.
On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 12:37:09 +0200, "Max Lalouschek | Piratenpartei
Österreic"hs <max.lalouschek at piratenpartei.info> wrote:
> Actually I already booked a flight, for the 25th, as anything later
> would have cost 50 - 100 Euro more (because summer holidays start at
> that time here).
> I would also like to know wheter the date is still accurate and
> especially to have some information about where to stay there.
> Thanks & Ciao!
> Reinier Bakels schrieb:
>> Perhaps it is still a bit early, but booking flights early makes them a
>> lot cheaper ...
>> I have in my diary 27-29/6 for the next PP Int meeting in Uppsala.
>> - Do we still plan to mee there on those dates?
>> - Any suggestions where to stay?
>> - For the agenda: would it perhaps be interesting to interest specific
>> topics, such as levies, data retention, record company strategies,
>> patents, copyright alternatives (= allow musicians to make a living
>> withoutand whatever? Last January we spent little time on those
>> hardcore pirate issues.
>> If we decide early, some of us could decide to make a presentation.
>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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