GNU Radio Symposium Interest Check
We just concluded the 8th annual GNU Radio Conference, which was once again a great success. Thanks so much to everyone that helped put the event together and attended!

For the past few years, interest in GNU Radio events outside of the United States has grown. Starting in 2018, the first "European GNU Radio Days" (previously named "French GNU Radio Days") was held in Lyon, France. The second, in July of 2019, has already been announced (https://gnuradio-fr-19.sciencesconf.org/).

The purpose of this survey is to gauge interest in a GNU Radio conference event hosted in the UK, with a working name of the "GNU Radio Symposium".

Note that just as the "European GNU Radio Days" event is **in addition** to the annual GNU Radio Conference event held in the USA, the "GNU Radio Symposium" would also be in addition to an annual event held in the USA. Thus, given enough interest, there will be three annual GNU Radio events.

If you're interested in e-mail updates about this event, you can provide your e-mail address in the last question. Otherwise, the gnuradio-discuss mailing list, the @gnuradio Twitter account (https://twitter.com/gnuradio), and the website (https://www.gnuradio.org/) are the best ways to stay up-to-date.

Have you attended GRCon before? *
If a GNU Radio conference event was held in the UK, would you be interested in attending? *
If we held a GNU Radio conference event in London in the Spring or early Summer of 2019, would you be interested in attending? *
If we held a GNU Radio conference event in London in the Spring or early Summer of 2020, would you be interested in attending? *
If there was a "GRCon", "GNU Radio Symposium", and "European GNU Radio Days" event each year, which would you try to attend annually? *
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