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(This is not a talk proposal)

I'm not sure this is useful, but in case it seems reasonable,
here it is.

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(This is not a talk proposal)

I'm not sure this is useful, but in case it seems reasonable,
here it is.
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@pat
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Thanks @kytrinyx! @keithpitty: seems I have admin access to this repo. Want me to merge this in? Mind you, just as easy for you to take care of it :)

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Thanks @kytrinyx and @pat. Merging.

@keithpitty keithpitty merged commit 027af5d into rubyaustralia:master
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    (This is not a talk proposal)
    
    I'm not sure this is useful, but in case it seems reasonable,
    here it is.
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@@ -13,12 +13,22 @@ What better way to submit a talk proposal than via GitHub!
and about yourself
4. Replace the `profile_picture.jpg` with a picture of yourself that we
can use to list you on the speakers page when you are accepted.
-5. Create a pull request of your fork
+5. Create a pull request of your fork. Consider using the title of your
+ talk as the pull request subject, as this makes the list of pull requests
+ enticing to read.
+
+### Notes
+
+Please don't delete the example folder, as this will delete it in
+master when your pull request gets merged.
+
+Please submit a separate pull request for each proposal, as we may want to
+accept only one of the talks.
You can add any type of assets to support your proposal inside your folder.
When a talk gets accepted we will press the lovely green merge button.
-Note: We are allowing 45 minutes for each talk, including time for setup and questions.
+We are allowing 45 minutes for each talk, including time for setup and questions.
Proposals will be accepted until 31 October, 2012.
Credit: Kudos to [EuRuKo 2012](https://github.com/euruko2012/call-for-proposals) and
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