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120  <data name="chkAutoRegister.Text" xml:space="preserve">
121    <value>Yes, I want to enroll!</value>
122  </data>
123  <data name="chkPublishEmail.Text" xml:space="preserve">
124    <value>Yes, I want to publish the e-mail address above as part of my entry.</value>
125  </data>
126  <data name="lblBlog.Text" xml:space="preserve">
127    <value>Blog URL</value>
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129  <data name="lblEmail.Text" xml:space="preserve">
130    <value>Publish e-mail address?</value>
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132  <data name="lblName.Text" xml:space="preserve">
133    <value>Name to be printed on your name card</value>
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135  <data name="lblPicture.Text" xml:space="preserve">
136    <value>Picture URL</value>
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138  <data name="lblSponsoring.Text" xml:space="preserve">
139    <value>My sponsoring</value>
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141  <data name="lblTwitterUserName.Text" xml:space="preserve">
142    <value>Twitter</value>
143  </data>
144  <data name="lblXingUserName.Text" xml:space="preserve">
145    <value>XING profile</value>
146  </data>
147  <data name="litIntroduction1.Text" xml:space="preserve">
148    <value>Once you activate your Wiki account after receiving the activation e-mail we can automatically add you to the </value>
149  </data>
150  <data name="litIntroduction2.Text" xml:space="preserve">
151    <value>. Check the box below to be added to the list of attendees. You can change any of the values given below later by editing the</value>
152  </data>
153  <data name="litIntroduction3.Text" xml:space="preserve">
154    <value>.</value>
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156  <data name="lnkAttendeeList.Text" xml:space="preserve">
157    <value>list of attendees</value>
158  </data>
159  <data name="lnkAttendeePage.Text" xml:space="preserve">
160    <value>attendee page</value>
161  </data>
162  <data name="revUrl.ErrorMessage" xml:space="preserve">
163    <value>Please enter a valid URL</value>
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165  <data name="rfvRequired.ErrorMessage" xml:space="preserve">
166    <value>Missing required field</value>
167  </data>
168  <data name="rngSponsoring.ErrorMessage" xml:space="preserve">
169    <value>Please enter an amount greater than or equal to zero</value>
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171  <data name="txtBlog.ToolTip" xml:space="preserve">
172    <value>Type the URL of your blog, if available</value>
173  </data>
174  <data name="txtName.ToolTip" xml:space="preserve">
175    <value>Type your full name. The name will be printed on your badge</value>
176  </data>
177  <data name="txtPicture.ToolTip" xml:space="preserve">
178    <value>Type the URL to an image depicting you, if available</value>
179  </data>
180  <data name="txtSponsoring.ToolTip" xml:space="preserve">
181    <value>Type the amount you want to sponsor</value>
182  </data>
183  <data name="txtTwitterUserName.ToolTip" xml:space="preserve">
184    <value>Type your Twitter user name, if available</value>
185  </data>
186  <data name="txtXingUserName.ToolTip" xml:space="preserve">
187    <value>Type your XING profile name, if available</value>
188  </data>
189  <data name="lblInvoiceAddress.Text" xml:space="preserve">
190    <value>Invoice address</value>
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192  <data name="litInvoice.Text" xml:space="preserve">
193    <value>We'll send an invoice amounting to your sponsoring value including VAT (19%) to this address.</value>
194  </data>
195  <data name="rfvInvoiceAddress.ErrorMessage" xml:space="preserve">
196    <value>The invoice address is required if you sponsor the .NET Open Space.</value>
197  </data>
198  <data name="txtInvoiceAddress.ToolTip" xml:space="preserve">
199    <value>Please enter the full address of </value>
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