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    Word on PPSN is out

    The 10th Parallel Problem from Nature conference has just emailed results to the concerned parties, and 5 of the 9 papers we submitted as a group have been accepted; they have modifications attached, but then, congress always give some time for making changes, and we will work really hard on them (honest), so I expect no other paper being dropped from the final program.
    Here's the obligatory snicker on results, on why we don't understand why some papers with good scores have been accepted and other with not-so-good haven't, since we have a good sample... but, all in all, more than 50% papers accepted, and 5 papers grand total, is not so bad a deal.
    So, as I said in our group blog, see ya in PPSN!
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