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Msquare

I see on your main page the call for makers has now closed.

Hmmm... 320 entries, of which 200 are italian, and - according to the initial program proposal - room for 200.

Well, it is only my opinion, but if you want to make this an EUROPEAN event you'll favour the 120 non-italian ones (which have a minumum of Makerfair content/quality).

Either way, I have booked the flight, the hotel, so I am comming

zero-one

Well, as this is a first, I presume (hope) they will be more flexible, allowing more people in.
If not, they'll probably just be more selective with Italian submissions,allowing more EU makers in.
I personally submitted a project (I'm Italian) and I hope there will be space for everyone.
Either way i'm coming too.
cya :)

ƎR


Hmmm... 320 entries, of which 200 are italian, and - according to the initial program proposal - room for 200.

where have you seen that numbers?

anyway i agree with @zero-one (I'm italian too), i submitted my project too and i hope to be there :)
i'm sure that they will do very well ;)


Either way, I have booked the flight, the hotel, so I am coming

well so i hope to meet you there :)
Riccardo Ertolupi of the Vicenza Thunders Team: http://www.VicenzaThunders.com

Msquare



Hmmm... 320 entries, of which 200 are italian, and - according to the initial program proposal - room for 200.

where have you seen that numbers?
Front page  - http://www.makerfairerome.eu/en/ - but it has moved down a few postings. And the http://www.makerfairerome.eu/check-out-the-program/  These pages are being updated as the planning proceeds and dates and facts move closer so this is at I read it now.

ƎR

Riccardo Ertolupi of the Vicenza Thunders Team: http://www.VicenzaThunders.com

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