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Camp Smalltalk filling up!

Much to our delight, there seems to be a lot of interest in the Camp Smalltalk event in London. We originally estimated our capacity at 30, and those slots have already filled up in less than 4 days!

We are just now discussing what our actual maximum capacity is. We'll be able to handle a few more people, we're just now sure yet how many.

So if you're interested in coming and haven't signed up yet, please head over to and add yourself to the waiting list. That will really help us understand how many more people still want to attend. Note that joining the waiting list does not commit you to attending, so if you're still on the fence, you might want to sign yourself up anyway.

We'll open up some more spots next week and then see how it goes. Thanks for your enthusiastic participation!


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