[OSGeo-Conf] question period for FOSS4G 2015 RFP - this week

seven@arnulf.us seven at arnulf.us
Thu Mar 20 14:37:08 PDT 2014

those prices are perfectly OK and within tolerance, traveling to Cape Town or Sydney was not much cheaper. I just wanted to check whether the island location would make things unreasonably more expensive or strenuous for EU travelers which apparently is not the case. 


Arnulf Christl (aka Seven)

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From: "Steven Feldman" <shfeldman at gmail.com>
To: "Seven (aka Arnulf)" <seven at arnulf.us>
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Subject: [OSGeo-Conf] question period for FOSS4G 2015 RFP - this week
Date: Thu, Mar 20, 2014 21:26

I think we need to recognise that cost of travel will limit attendance
from NA and Europe except for those funded by employers. This was
always the downside of the non NA, Europe choice. Upside is hopefully
growing the community in SE Asia

Steven Feldman
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> On 20 Mar 2014, at 19:18, "Seven (aka Arnulf)" <seven at arnulf.us> wrote:
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> Hey,
> I just checked flights from Frankfurt, Germany (FRA) and options
> start at around ¢æ900,- and take between 14 and 20 hours to
> Jeju-si (CJU).
> Flights to Seoul (ICN) start at ¢æ600 but > 20h. For shorter travel times
> less than 12h prices are also at around ¢æ800,- / not a big difference.
> Most flighte to Gimpo are same price but longer (except for one
> Lufthansa connection which comes at ¢æ900 and takes just 10h).
> So seen from here not a big difference.
> Cheers,
> Arnulf
> On 03/20/2014 02:08 PM, Sanghee Shin wrote:
> TIA and let me know if you have any questions.
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