13 September


Submissions for ICRA 2019 are coming in.

We created a special policy for people and organizations being hit directly by hurricane Florence. Since that is probably not a huge fraction of our community, we opted for a solution that involves a substantial amount of manual intercession and verification.

I looks like the conference will be far bigger that originally predicted back when we made our bid many years ago. Best estimates from our team and our community at large are currently at about 4,000 people, but with quite a lot of variance.

We have repeatedly scaled up our plans and with the paper deadline imminent, we should finally have a solid estimate of how big the conference will be, although it's still hard to know the ratio of attendees to papers.

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