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LCA 2004 started at Wed Jan 14 08:00:00 2004.
You're almost at the registration scripts. This index should guide you to what you are after and give you some help. If you get stuck, then please contact the organisers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Registration is easy! Start with the registration form. Fill out all of the fields and then submit the form. You can then VERIFY what you have entered, and CONFIRM it again! At this point, you will be issued a customer number. Your details, and a tax invoice (payable upon receipt) will be emailed to you.
At this point your details have been received, but you haven't paid. You will be sent to the first page of payments option: you can choose to pay by credit card immediately (hint: yes, do this), you can come back later to pay by credit card, or you can pay by money order in Australian dollars, an Australian personal cheque or a bank draft from any Australian bank in Australian dollars. Details on other payment options are on your registration confirmation email.
We really prefer credit card, since it is instant gratification: it's paid to us now! We like making things easy! We can accept VISA, MasterCard, Bankcard, and American Express credit cards.
At no time do your credit card details come to us (Linux Australia or the conference organisers). They are only ever given to our credit card processing facility, CommSecure. So you don't have to trust us with any of that data (you will see that the URL will change to their server during that phase of the transaction).
You can also optionally select (FREE!) Linux Australia membership on the registration form.
If you require a tax invoice to be able to pay for attending, one will be sent to you via email upon entering your details successfully.
There are several registration levels offered. The levels, benefits and prices are as follows...
* All prices include the Australian Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Just to make it plain and clear:
Any attendees making use of the concession registration level will be required to present a full-time student id, seniors card or health care card to the registration desk that is valid at the time of the conference. Failing to present id means you won't get registered unless you pay the $176 gap to bring you up to hobbyist level.
If you are paying for yourself to attend the conference, feel free to come as a hobbyist.
If your company is paying for you to attend the conference, you should register as a professional.
If you attending the main conference, then during the registration process you will be asked for your T-Shirt size; the dimensions are approximately as follows:
Cancellation PolicyFollowing is the cancellation policy for LCA 2004:
You may substitute another person however you must contact us with this person's details. If you do not contact us with the person's details before January 1, 2004 we cannot provide any personalised items except for the person's name badge.
If you get stuck, or have questions, then you can email the organisers (email@example.com).
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