Issue #421 - 2019-08-19 - Are the small conferences dead?

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Hi there

John Scoles attending the Swiss Perl Workshop had an observation that it seem all the small conferences - not only Perl - are struggling to attract visitors.

Have you noticed the same? If yes then do people attend to bigger events or even smaller and more local ones? Or do they just stay home?

Enjouy your week!

Gabor Szabo


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