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smflood
07-Oct-2014, 15:57
When will we be able to start scheduling sessions?

Ideally I'd like to already be flagging sessions of interest so I'm
ready to then schedule but that doesn't appear to be an option with this
year's sessions portal.

It seems all the focus at the moment is on BrainShare but SUSECon is not
long after at just over a month away.

I also notice that sessions are still being added - yesterday there were
99 now there are 100. It would be nice if you could sort by "latest
session added" rather than have to go look at all trying to spot the new
one(s).

Thanks.
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Simon
SUSE Knowledge Partner

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kgroneman
07-Oct-2014, 16:40
See the catalog thread you started:
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From: "kgroneman" <kgroneman@novell.com>
Subject: Re: Session catalogue now available
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15:14:27 GMT
Message-ID: <nNzWv.5287$BI3.465@novprvlin0914.provo.novell.com>
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>Any idea when the scheduler will be available?

I've heard that it's planned sometime around Oct 7th or so. That's the
ballpark.



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Kim - 10/7/2014 9:39:20 AM

smflood
07-Oct-2014, 16:54
On 07/10/2014 16:40, kgroneman wrote:

> See the catalog thread you started:

Having been away I missed Lawrence's question and your reply when trying
to catch up with forum posts.

Thanks.
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kgroneman
07-Oct-2014, 18:22
Hey Simon Flood:

>Having been away I missed Lawrence's question and your reply when
>trying to catch up with forum posts.

Not even remotely a problem. It's better to have too much info
available and to have questions asked than to not have either.

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Kim - 10/7/2014 11:21:21 AM

hangarbait
09-Oct-2014, 21:12
... tap, tap, tap ... so now? :-)

-- lawrence

kgroneman
09-Oct-2014, 21:31
Yes now. You have to register and login to be able to schedule sessions. You can see the times the sessions are scheduled for by clicking on and viewing the session.

hangarbait
09-Oct-2014, 21:40
... yay !!! e muito obrigado!!


-- lorenso