OpenWorld 2010 Unconference – Open for JavaOne And/Or Oracle Develop Registrants Only. A Poll.

It has come to my attention that the Unconference offered during this year’s OpenWorld can only be attended by registered JavaOne or OracleDevelop attendees as per the following quote:

Participation and attendance is reserved to JavaOne and Oracle Develop attendees. You have to be registered to JavaOne or Oracle Develop 2010 to attend any of those sessions.

I think it’s time for a poll. How many folks interested in Exadata plan to be paid JavaOne/OracleDevelop attendees and might, therefore, attend Unconference sessions?

4 Responses to “OpenWorld 2010 Unconference – Open for JavaOne And/Or Oracle Develop Registrants Only. A Poll.”

  1. 1 Jeremy Schneider September 3, 2010 at 7:29 pm

    So why in the world did they decide that we OpenWorld attendees should not be allowed to have an unconference? I was really looking forward to checking out the unconference, especially after having missed it last year!

  2. 3 fuadar September 7, 2010 at 7:08 pm

    This seems to be new this year.
    and OTN Lounge also moving from its usual location. things sure are changing

  3. 4 Fairlie Rego September 16, 2010 at 10:30 am

    See you at your session on Tuesday..

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