@cnorton, sorry, didn't have the focus on this window.
Alex explained that "qualified attendees" are anyone logged in here, basically -- if you're interested enough to attend, you "qualify". So I'm suspecting that they're going to take the list of people who registered AND logged in, and do some form of essentially-random drawing from that list. In a perfect world, they might "weight" any one person's "entry" on the basis of "participation", not just lurking, but that's just me (and a very normal human self-interest) speaking...
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