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Re: General Invitation to Montenegro INFOFEST-2003 (28.9. - 4.10.)


From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: General Invitation to Montenegro INFOFEST-2003 (28.9. - 4.10.)
Date: 15 May 2003 09:21:41 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.3.50

address@hidden writes:

> Dear Dr. Emacs:

M-x doctor RET

> I am happy to invite you to be a speaker at the VIP Scientific
> Forum of the International IPSI-2003 Conference in Montenegro, Former
> Yugoslavia (IPSI = Internet, Processing, Systems, Interdisciplinaries).

[...]

> The major goal of this forum is to establish a podium for a fruitful
> exchange of the newest scientific ideas, and that is why your
> participation is extremely important to all of us. Only elite
> researchers and professionals are invited.

Emacs is certainly professional for some definition of the word, but
not a researcher.

> 2. You are financially responsible: (a) for the air ticket to arrive to
> Montenegro (Tivat Airport), (b) for the hotel/breakfast/dinner cost (for
> 6 days, one person in a single room = e360, one person in a double room
> = e300, one person in a triple room = e240 - see details below), and (c)
> for the conference fee (e290).

> 6. Format of your paper is the same as for IEEE Transactions on
> Computers (see the IEEE web site for details). Your paper will be
> reviewed, not for accept/reject, but for providing you with a
> feedback that can help improve the quality.

> 8. The scope of the conference is relatively large: Informatics,
> Internet, Computer Science and Engineering, Interdisciplinary Research,
> MBA, Internet aspects of Medicine, Education, Management, Law, etc. Of
> course, traditional Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Engineering
> Physics, or BioEngineering, too.

In short: anybody that falls for it is welcome to drop his cash,
nobody will get rejected.

Well, if it weren't for the associated fees, we could send over a
copy of M-x doctor Emacs.

-- 
David Kastrup, Kriemhildstr. 15, 44793 Bochum




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