[pp.int.general] Conference registration

PPI Info info at pp-international.net
Fri Mar 26 04:13:36 CET 2010


After the official delegates from Pirate Parties all over the world had the
chance to register, we now open up registration for the PPI conference to
everybody. As announced, the conference will take place on 16-18 April in
Brussels, offering the possibility to meet each other, exchange ideas and
discuss PPI.

In order to organise the conference, a registration fee of 25€ is required.
To register to the conference please visit:

A detailled schedule can be found here: http://www.pirateevents.org/node/25

Due to limited ressources only a limited number of people can join the
delegates during the discussions on Saturday and Sunday morning. The
remaining seats will be distributed on a fist-come, first-serve basis. There
will be a live streaming and a list with suitable locations to follow the
conference for those who could not get into the conference room. The EU tour
and social event on Friday will be open to everyone!

The registration deadline for those who would like to benefit from EU refund
is Wednesday, 31 March 2010. Registrations to the conference will be closed
on Friday, 9 April 2010.


The registration form asks for a mandatory registration code. This code is
used to differentiate legitimate registrations from illegitimate
registrations should this occur.

The code is : P4RT1C1P4N7

(all upper case)

Any delegates that have not yet registered please use the code we already
sent you to prevent any confusion.

Further information about the conference is available on
http://www.pirateevents.org/. Please make sure to read the FAQ:

Should you have any questions or comments, do not hesitate to contact the
conference organisation team using the event contact form

Cheers and see you in Brussels,

Conference Taskforce
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