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Guest Monolithix [MVP]

Firstly i want to confirm the details for anyone unsure:

* The event will be at Microsoft MSN Building in Soho, London. A map and its full location can be found here

* It is on 20th August 2005. We will be opening the doors at 1230, and will finish up by 1630. As always anyone that is able to stay later is welcome to come to a post-meet meet at a local pub afterwards :)

* Emails have been sent out to all members who filled out the registration form. These messages were sent to the address you have registered on the forum, please check those email accounts and ensure [email protected] is in your safe senders list if you use a spam filter!

* Once you have paid and PayPal confirms the payment is complete you are definately registered! Once i receive the payment received email from PayPal i tick off your name, all you then need to do it turn up on the day!

Any more questions, please post them below!

Registration closed - Any more payments will NOTconfirm registration, we're all booked up!

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Guest doyle_am
As always anyone that is able to stay later is welcome to come to a pre-meet meet at a local pub afterwards :)

Isn't that a post-meet meet if it happens after the meet? ;)

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Guest doyle_am

-- EDIT: Sorry for the dupe, browser hang :( --

As always anyone that is able to stay later is welcome to come to a pre-meet meet at a local pub afterwards :)

Isn't that a post-meet meet if it happens after the meet? ;)

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Guest Monolithix [MVP]

My head is spinning from all the stuff i've done over the past few hours for the event! I got it right on the other thread, just had a slight mindlapse here ;p

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Guest roentgen2000

The only email i have received says this:

So how do i pay?

:cry:

From : Chris Brunskill

Sent : 10 August 2005 11:32:56

Subject : MoDaCo Summer Event 2005

MIME-Version: 1.0

Received: from RACKSHAC-GMHV9J.modaco.net ([66.98.138.47]) by MC6-F29.hotmail.com with Microsoft SMTPSVC(6.0.3790.211); Wed, 10 Aug 2005 09:28:12 -0700

Return-Path: [email protected]

X-OriginalArrivalTime: 10 Aug 2005 16:28:12.0647 (UTC)

Please note that a critical failure occurred on the sender's messaging system at

the virus scanning stage.

The sender should be notified and reference made to this tracking number:

src53_failed_56492abd-fb85-4f86-a155-1e4296f66188

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Guest Monolithix [MVP]

Yep seems there was a problem with the MoDaCo mail server at some point. Rest assured we do still have places available and are working on a solution to the email issue.

Watch this space (and your email inboxes)!

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Guest mcwarre

Mono,

Sri, but an acknowledgement would be good. Don't want to travel to London on a hope and promise (or to fall off of a stool :) )............................... ;)

Cheers Big Man,

Mick

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Guest devin5600
most people here use mobiLuck already i guess, i believe this does the same kind of thing....

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

I think it's a bit different. It uses WAP so can you add any external links to your profile (like www.modaco.com). Also, it keeps history so you can see all people you've met on the website (www.sixsense.com)

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Guest RazorD
Registrations will be reopening shortly.

I'll be emailing all people who paid to confirm the payment.

Thanks for your patience!

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Mono,

I can tell by the subject that its a Payment Confirmation, but just to let you know, the mail servers a bit unhappy again:

Please note that a critical failure occurred on the sender's messaging system at the virus scanning stage.

The sender should be notified and reference made to this tracking number: src53_failed_9d4399ea-57c8-4197-a034-e95a1de526b8

Regards,

GFI Content Security.

Damn servers :)

-Raz

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Guest Monolithix [MVP]

Gah this is driving me crazy! I'm chatting with Paul as i type about this ;)

You are of course correct, i was (trying) to send out confirmation emails!

Watch this space....

(Oh and regsitration is open again :))

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Guest dazza12

I'm trying to sort out my travel, and not having travelled by train much, and never having used the tube before, I'm banging my head against a brick wall. National Rail Enquiries is a joke.

I'm coming from Yeovil, so I'll be coming in from the West or South West. What station would be the best one to arrive at for my destination? I've got so many choices it's impossible to work out the best route.

I don't mind travelling by tube, so if there's a tube element I don't mind.

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Guest Disco Stu

Virgin's site isn't bad - get to whichever London station from Yeovill and get the tube from there. The local tube should be on the map given by Mono

http://www.virgintrains.co.uk/default.aspx

It's easier than you think :)

eg : get the South West Trains 09.20 from Yeovil Junction to Waterloo ("Waterloo ! I was defeated..." ;) )

For the Tube, check out the Transport For London website :

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tube/

Northern Line - Waterloo to Tottenham Court Road direct, I think

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Guest Monolithix [MVP]

From experience its easier to get the Bakerloo line north to Oxford or Picadilly Circus (picadilly is closer but oxford is more straightforward...)

Personally i will be arriving at Waterloo > Bakerloo north to Picadilly Circus > Try not to get lost (again) in the depths of Soho trying to find Great Pultney Street!

:)

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Guest dazza12

Thanks Disco Stu and Mono for the advice.

Looks like you might have some company Mono, I've just booked my ticket into Waterloo. Didn't realise the TfL site was so good, I've now got details of every tube journey within an hour of the arrival time going along the Bakerloo line to Piccadilly. It also gives you pdf maps showing the walking route - if you put in the destination address it'll show you which roads to take.

If you see a guy with reams of printouts looking puzzled, that's me!

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