very sorry to hear that, but wanted to reach out to you: for the
Hack4Glarus summer edition, we had a very similar feedback. "Our crowd"
is probably much more informed and overall more cautious than other
I've the feeling it will take 1-2 more years in which Corona does not
dominate our daily life until most are "back to normal".
In this regard: looking forward to the next Swinog event.
Simon Ryf via swinog <swinog(a)lists.swinog.ch> writes:
Dear SwiNOG Community,
Sadly we have to cancel SwiNOG #38 / 01.09.2022.
Despite the efforts in the last weeks we could neither find enough sponsors nor enough
content/speeches to organize a full day meeting
at the quality you are used to. We were working hard to find solutions, but today we had
to make the difficult decision to cancel the event.
We appologize for this sad announcement and will communicate a new date for spring 2023
as soon as possible. In the meantime we are
disucssing how we can improve the process internally and motivate more sponsors and
speakers for SwiNOG. Of course we would be very
happy for input from the community as in the end: this is your event.
Thank you for your understanding and thank you to all that tried their best to make the
SwiNOG Core Team
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