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Offline neweinstein

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old program ???
« on: February 05, 2012, 18:20:51 »
does maybe someone has a file floating around with the Confuzzled program from last year ... CF2012 will be my first ever con and it would be nice to see a typical program and what to expect ...

thanks in advance

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Re: old program ???
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2012, 19:08:50 »
There isnt any real point to present you with an old time table of events as we have new events and some returning old ones this year, all fo which get moved around and change time slots.

By the end of February, we hope to have a preliminary timetable up on our website for people to view.  We infact had a staff meeting this Saturday just gone to discuss this very agenda.  Youwill definitely have an idea before the convention itself of what to expect.

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Re: old program ???
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2012, 20:16:56 »
OK, no problem

By the end of February, we hope to have a preliminary timetable up on our website for people to view.  We infact had a staff meeting this Saturday just gone to discuss this very agenda.

good to know ... then I maybe should sort out my proposed old-school-photoshoot with the events-team until end of the month

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