The sixth WebGUI User's Conference is almost upon us. It seems like it has come up so fast.
Registrations have been coming in very quickly this past week and now there are only 12 seats left. So if you plan to make it, please register soon.
Those of you speaking: I hope you've put the final polish on your talks, as there are only 2 weeks left until you have to give them for real!
I also wanted to point out that several members of the community have scheduled a hackathon for the day before the WUC. Plain Black has paid for the room, and sponsored food and beverages for the hackathon. 18 people have already signed up to attend the event, so it should be both fun and productive. And NOTE, you do not need to be a developer. You could work on some new documentation for WebGUI, clean up the wiki, work on translations, hack some templates, or even work on a new set of icons for WebGUI 8.
Even in the miserable economy, it's good to see our community coming together once again. This is shaping up to be a great event. I can't wait to see you all.