On Friday, 20 January 2017 at 21:11:51 UTC, Walter Bright wrote:
On 1/20/2017 1:20 AM, Nicholas Wilson wrote:
I presume if I only intend to go if my submission proposal is accepted that I
don't need to register?

You're still better off registering to:

1. reserve your ticket in case it is not accepted

Alas I am a poor student living on the other side of the globe and
dconf falls towards the end of a rather busy semester. I can afford neither the cost of the flights, nor the time away if I am not speaking.

2. take advantage of Early Bird price if it is not accepted

You can submit the ticket cost as a reimbursable expense after the conference.

But yes, accepted speakers are implicitly registered and do not need to purchase a ticket.

Excellent, then I just need to make an announcement of my work
being merged to further increase the chance my talk is accepted.

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