ATE-Göteborg, Wed Dec 16th 2009

CAcert Assurer Training Event Göteborg
Much has happened during the past year. A list of up till now mostly “orally transmitted” rules have been cast in policies. New procedures (e.g. the Assurer Challenge) and obligations (e.g. in the CAcert Community Agreement) have been decided. The Assurer Training Events try to bring all this informations to “the people”:
– To what, does the CCA protect every CAcert-Community-Member and as such also you?
– Can you recount the 5 statements of the “Purpose of Assurance”?
– Can you at least recount 10 security marks of the Swedish passport?
Answers to these and following questions are given at the Assurer Training Events (ATE’s).
Participation in the events is free, Contributions are however appreciated.

The ATE-Göteborg takes place on:
– Wednesday, Dec 16th from 20:00 till 22:00
– at Gothia Towers
Mässans gata 24
402 26 Göteborg, Sweden

The Event-Team is already excited about your participation.
Registration ATE-Göteborg

Remark from Leif-Joran:
I have a backup room at my department just a couple of
hundred meters from Gothia Towers. L307, Lennart Torstenssons-gatan 8

Remarks from Ted:
As I understand it, it will probably be harder to find a room inside the
hotel than to find the hotel itself, it boasts to be the biggest hotel
in Skandinavia…

My mobile phone number is +49 151 52634367. I’m there on a probably
quite busy business trip, so it may be that I have to cancel the whole
thing on short notice.
I propose that you try to contact me by phone before leaving home, so I
can confirm that I will be there.

Also I don’t have much time to prepare, so please don’t expect something
like a professional presentation from me. I hope it will be a nice
little meeting, we will assure each others, you’ll ask questions you
always wanted to ask about CAcert and I’ll tell you about all the things
that have recently changed at CAcert, at least the important ones. And
maybe I’ll try to trick you into making a false assurance, just to show
you where problems are expected. 🙂


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