The Board of Directors of Warpstock, Inc. is pleased to announce that we are now
accepted bids from groups wishing to host Warpstock 2003. The challenge for the
Warpstock Board is to be able to announce the location of Warpstock 2003 in the
not too distant future.
Teams wishing to bid on hosting Warpstock 2003 should submit an e-mail letter
of their intent to host this event to the Board of Directors at email@example.com
as soon as possible, but not later than January 31, 2003.
Without a bid from an independent team, there will NOT be a 2003 event. It is
essential that a local team host Warpstock 2003 as it is much more desirable to
have local people on the ground instead of have the Board members try to organize
the event from remote locations. The inital Event Team needs only 4-6 persons to
start the process and can add additional members as necessary as it gets closer
to the Event date.
The Board has provided the "Bid Proposal Process" to assist all interested
parties. The Bid Proposal Process is available immediately at: http://www.warpstock.org/about/bid_proposal.html.
The Board of Directors will remain in close contact with the Teams throughout the
entire bid process, including final site selection. The Board of Directors contains
a number of past Event Team members and will be available to provide support for
any group wishing to submit a proposal.
Now is the time to start! Let's make Warpstock 2003 will be the best Warpstock
Warpstock, Inc., is a North Carolina corporation. The Warpstock annual conference
is a gathering of OS/2 users, developers, and vendors from around the world for
the purpose of education and advocacy. More information is available at the Warpstock
web site : <http://www.warpstock.org>