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Powwow in Stuttgart on May 17th
Thread poster: Sonja Tomaskovic
Sonja Tomaskovic  Identity Verified
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Jan 4, 2003

Hi there,



I\'d like to know if anybody is interested in a Powwow in Stuttgart on May 17th.



So far I am trying to estimate how many people would be interested and - if any - if the date and place are okay for you.



I\'d appreciate any feedback. I\'ve already entered the Powwow into the Powwow board, so if you are interested, please add yourself to the list.



Regards,



Sonja


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Probably a bit too close to the Berlin powwow Jan 4, 2003

Hi Sonja,

Great idea - but did you notice that the Berlin powwow is likely to be held just two weeks before that?





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Sonja Tomaskovic  Identity Verified
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Yes, I did Jan 4, 2003

However, I do think there might still be someone who cannot travel that far to attend a Powwow.



Thanks for you note.



Regards,



Sonja


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Laura Vinti  Identity Verified
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Yes, I'd like to come Jan 4, 2003

Hi Sonja,

It sounds good and I think I\'d like to come - as you pointed out, Berlin is a little bit too far...

Laura


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Giovanna Graziani  Identity Verified
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perfect! Jan 4, 2003

Hi Sonia!

I was just planning a visit to some friends in the area this year; a powwow would be a nice occasion to meet the final decision. Yes, I\'m definitely interested (but your proposal isn\'t shown yet in the Powwow Board).


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Sonja Tomaskovic  Identity Verified
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To Giovanna Jan 4, 2003

I just had a look at the Powwow board and it seems that it is still pending.



Since I\'ve never organized a Powwow before, I don\'t know what that exactly means. I guess, Proz has to confirm this Powwow first before anyone can join it.



I\'ll post a message in here as soon as it has been confirmed.



Regards,



Sonja


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Check with other organisers Jan 5, 2003

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Since I\'ve never organized a Powwow before, I don\'t know what that exactly means. I guess, Proz has to confirm this Powwow first before anyone can join it.



Can\'t help you directly with this issue, but I\'m sure Rolf Klischewski, Patricia Gifford, Steffen Walter or Rod Darby will be able to give you details.



I\'ll try to make it to Stuttgart, but at this point I have no clue as to my agenda in May...

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Steffen Walter  Identity Verified
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Powwow pending status Jan 6, 2003

Hi Sonja,



without having a real clue of the subtle technicalities behind the powwow system, I can tell you for sure that, before \"going live\", a powwow just entered by an organiser usually remains in \"pending\" status for the first three or four days after entry.



Steffen



P.S. It would be nice if Henry or other site staff explained in detail what the \"pending\" status is all about.


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Sonja Tomaskovic  Identity Verified
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Powwow approved! Jan 6, 2003

Hi there,



I just received an email that Proz has approved the Powwow.



If you want to join, please go to

http://www.proz.com/powwow/373



to add yourself to the list.



Do not forget to add any comments regarding date and place (if you have any suggestions, comments on it).



Regards,



Sonja


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