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On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 3:35 PM, Stefan Weigel
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Hi Jean,

Am 09.10.2012 19:07, schrieb Jean Weber:
We are not so fussy in Australia.

I doubt, that the australian government would let a few hundred
strangers into the main building of a government department without
a security check, similar to what we will experience in Berlin. ;-)

Granted my Australian experience was quite some time ago... but I
lived 5 month in Perth... and I don't recall having been through a
security check (airport-like) at any point except when in the airport
to leave the country...

Similarly, IIRC we had, in LConf Paris, a 'party' organized in the
Ile-de-France Region's building, and we did not go through an X-Ray.
So, no, it is not a normal assumption that one would be subject to
such search. I mean, it is what it is, but that was no obvious by any
stretch of the imagination.


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