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datanibbler
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Off-topic: What the h* does RSVP stand for?

Hi,

I just read that invitation for the fika event by Qlik and I wonder: What does that abbreviation stand for?

Is that an online event, by the way? I would like to take part, but there's no way my company is paying for me going anywhere for that.

Thanks a lot!

Best regards,

DataNibbler

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MVP
MVP

Re: Off-topic: What the h* does RSVP stand for?

If I click on the topic on the community home page it redirects me to a new page that explains:

Fika [fee-ka] is both a Swedish verb and noun that basically implies “drinking coffee”, usually accompanied by something sweet.

And yes, it seems to be an online session for which we don't have to travel anywhere, I guess. I am too planning to take the session sometime soon.

Edit: Ohh, I see, you actually perhaps asked for RSVP.   May be, someone from Qlik could help.

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MVP
MVP

Re: Off-topic: What the h* does RSVP stand for?

If I click on the topic on the community home page it redirects me to a new page that explains:

Fika [fee-ka] is both a Swedish verb and noun that basically implies “drinking coffee”, usually accompanied by something sweet.

And yes, it seems to be an online session for which we don't have to travel anywhere, I guess. I am too planning to take the session sometime soon.

Edit: Ohh, I see, you actually perhaps asked for RSVP.   May be, someone from Qlik could help.

Re: Off-topic: What the h* does RSVP stand for?

Répondez s'il vous plaît, which is french for Please reply.

datanibbler
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Off-topic: What the h* does RSVP stand for?

Thanks!

I wasn't asking for the word feeka - I know that the link redirects to a page with an explanation ;-)

It doesn't explicitly state anywhere whether it's an online or offline session, that's why I'm unsure. But if it is online, I'd like to take part.

Thanks a lot!

Best regards,

DataNibbler

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