IRDC 2013

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The cheapest route for most of the world would be probably to fly to Berlin and then take a train to Poznań from there.
 
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The official currency in Poland is polish złoty (PLN) and it's the only currency widely used. There is usually no problem using credit and debit cards, but cheques are unheard of here. Currency exchange is possible in specialized places labeled "Kantor", but you can probably also just use the ATMs (at a worse exchange rate).
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Poland is a relatively inexpensive country to live in (compared to Germany, for example). Food, transportation and lodging are rather cheap.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:20, 21 January 2013

The International Roguelike Development Conference 2013. A unique opportunity for roguelike developers and enthusiasts to network and discuss their genre in depth. Attendance is free and open to all. Add your name to the participants list if you plan to attend.

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Poznań

Radomir Dopieralski proposes to organize IRDC 2013 in Poznań, Poland, on 7-9 June 2013.

The exact venue will be announced soon.

Participants

See http://www.doodle.com/apvu26yzp45cugp2 Add yourself.

Talks

Please add your talk here.

Travel

There is an airport in Poznań, POZ, which has connections to Warsaw, Munich, Frankfurt and Duesseldorf. Unfortunately all the flights have to go through one of those cities. You can check the available routes at http://www.lot.com/pl/pl/web/newlot/routemap From the airport you can take one of the buses right into the city center.

There are also trains, including the Eurocity train. You can check your connections at http://rozklad-pkp.pl/bin/query.exe/en? (You want the "Poznań Główny", main station.)

The cheapest route for most of the world would be probably to fly to Berlin and then take a train to Poznań from there.

Money

The official currency in Poland is polish złoty (PLN) and it's the only currency widely used. There is usually no problem using credit and debit cards, but cheques are unheard of here. Currency exchange is possible in specialized places labeled "Kantor", but you can probably also just use the ATMs (at a worse exchange rate).

Poland is a relatively inexpensive country to live in (compared to Germany, for example). Food, transportation and lodging are rather cheap.

Accomodation

As for the accomodation, there all sorts of hostles and hotels. I'm planning on getting a venue right in the city center, so it should be very close to a lot of good places.

Poznań is a relatively small city, and we will be mostly in the city center, where you can reach most places by foot. We also have a pretty good tram and bus network, you can check information about it at http://www.mpk.poznan.pl/?lng=en

More information about the city: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pozna%C5%84


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