We opened up registrations on Sep 7 and closed them on Sep 10. Why? The response was overwhelming and the target of 200 participants that we had set ourselves, was met within these 3 days. The response by the community was immense.
But then, we started getting flooded with requests to extend registrations and let more people sign up. The challenge with that was that we have limited space at the venue (remember: any space is limited space), so while 200 registrations meant the space was covered, we could probably squeeze in a bit more.
And then we are an Unconference!
So after working out things for the last 3 days, we finally decided to open up registrations again without limitations. Let one and all participate at the event.
The only challenge with this is that the space is, still, limited. How are we solving that? Well, your tickets help you get to the venue, from that point onwards its all First-come, First-serve.
Err.. so why do I need tickets?
Well, Jamia is an educational space. So they are very considerate about who is allowed access to that space. The tickets will help you identify yourselves as participants of MozCamp Delhi and make operational workflows easier for the event. So yeah, dont forget to carry your tickets at the event (on both days).
And yes, if you still hadnt registered, go on now!