RubyKaigi2008 Tickets and News

Hello from Japan!

RubyKaigi is the main Ruby conference in the homeland of Ruby, Japan,
and tickets go on sale tomorrow!
We’re also looking for Lightning Talk presenters and volunteer

The Ruby Kaigi 2008 website at

Videos of the conference will be made available after the event.

    Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Saturday, May 10 at 10 a.m. (JST).
    Tickets are 5000 yen can be purchased through Lawson Ticket with L-code

For further information:

** Tickets to the official dinner party are sold separately, with an
L-code of 35610.

For details on the party:

If you’re not in Japan and can’t purchase tickets via the above methods,
are dead-set on visiting for the conference, please contact us
directly via e-mail
rubykaigi2008 AT

    We have 11 lightning talk slots open for proposals. Lightning Talks
    will be held on
    the afternoon of Day 1 (Saturday June 21) of the conference.

Please send applications to rubykaigi2008 AT with the
following details:
SUBJECT: RubyKaigi2008/LT (Your N.)
BODY: Please include the following details:

  • your name
  • your company/organization (optional)
  • a short bio
  • title of your talk
  • a summary of your talk
  • comments/equipment requests. A projector will be available for

Please note that Lightning Talk speakers will need to purchase tickets
to attend.

For further information:

    We’re currently looking for volunteer translators. If you understand
    Japanese and
    can type English fast, we WANT YOU. We want to do translations to/from
    in real-time using IRC, which will also serve as a log of the

As a volunteer, you’ll receive an staff t-shirt (illustrated by _why),
but will receive no other
compensation. You won’t need a ticket for the main event, but since
you’ll be volunteering,
it is possible that you will not be able to see all the presentations.

Please apply via e-mail to rubykaigi2008 AT with the
following details:
SUBJECT: RubyKaigi2008/TL (Your N.)

  • your name
  • days you can attend
  • tell us a little about your translation abilities

(no web page for this bit!)

Hope to see you there!


Leonard C.
on behalf of the Ruby Kaigi Executive Commiittee

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