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On 11/25/13 12:17 PM, Matthew Sherman wrote:
> I am going to reiterate my push to turn this conversation to a discussion
> for funding options for everyone who wants to attend Code4Lib 2014.  I
> think that will be a much better use of our time.

Agreed. Someone mentioned state scholarships that many of us didn't know 
about. I think a page on the c4l wiki for scholarship opportunities 
could be a win. People could add any that they hear about.

And I wince a bit at mentioning this, but with actual non-profit status, 
c4l might be more able to solicit donations. Or perhaps the group could 
find a non-profit partner that could help out in that regard?

kc

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> On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 3:13 PM, Erik Hetzner <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> Hi all,
>>
>> I canít believe we are having this conversation again.
>>
>> I have nothing to add except to say that rather than feed the troll,
>> you might do what I did, and turn your frustration at this thread
>> arising *once again* into a donation to the Ada Initiative or similar
>> organization. Sadly, it seems that one cannot contribute to the
>> diversity scholarships, as I would be happy to do so. If anybody knows
>> how, please let me know.
>>
>> best, Erik
>>

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