Ciao Simon,

very sorry to hear that, but wanted to reach out to you: for the
Hack4Glarus summer edition, we had a very similar feedback. "Our crowd"
is probably much more informed and overall more cautious than other

I've the feeling it will take 1-2 more years in which Corona does not
dominate our daily life until most are "back to normal".

In this regard: looking forward to the next Swinog event.

Best regards,


Simon Ryf via swinog <> writes:

> Dear SwiNOG Community,
> Sadly we have to cancel SwiNOG #38 / 01.09.2022.
> Despite the efforts in the last weeks we could neither find enough sponsors 
> nor enough content/speeches to organize a full day meeting
> at the quality you are used to. We were working hard to find solutions, but 
> today we had to make the difficult decision to cancel the event.
> We appologize for this sad announcement and will communicate a new date for 
> spring 2023 as soon as possible. In the meantime we are
> disucssing how we can improve the process internally and motivate more 
> sponsors and speakers for SwiNOG. Of course we would be very
> happy for input from the community as in the end: this is your event.
> Thank you for your understanding and thank you to all that tried their best 
> to make the event happen.
> Best Regards
> SwiNOG Core Team
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