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February 02, 2005

Public Invite-Only Events

Peter Caputa at Whizspark is looking for people who organize events that are both available to the public and invite only. He'd like to test out a system that will help manage the registration process for these sorts of events. As I mentioned in the comments area of his weblog, I'm particularly interested in this right now because I'll be modifying the registration process for Free Agent Boston's monthly dinner. The way I've been doing it is I indicate numerous times throughout the body of the event info page that the event is specifically for people working solo or interested in it. More and more I'm finding that people who really don't fit those two qualifiers are showing up for the event. So, I've decided to put the questionaire in front of the registration/payment process so I can weed out the people who really shouldn't be attending.

@ 10:28 AM | Events (t) | Comments (0) | Cosmos


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