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Re: [Computerbank] Congrats to Jacqueline McNally of Computer Angels WA

Thankyou to all of you that have sent me both personal and public 
congratulations. A special thank you for the OpenOffice.org community for 
my initial nomination and to the many other individuals and Open Source 
communities that supported my nomination.

When asked to write more about myself, I found that each of the Open Source 
communities in which I have become involved have led to another and are 
connected in such a way that it made me realise that the Open Source 
community is one large community.

Although the award goes to an individual, what was important to me was 
being able to mention the communities of which I am but one member; 
OpenOffice.org, Computer Angels, Perth Linux Users' Group, and Society of 
Linux Professionals Western Australia.

The official announcement is at AUUG:
(the smh article got the brackets in the wrong place :)

Thanks to AUUG, I have personally benefited from the nomination as I have 
renewed old acquaintances and friends, and have been introduced to new Open 
Source community members within Australia.

I am proud to have been nominated for the AUUG Community award, and thank 
you to the Open Source community for your support.

All the best
Jacqueline McNally

Community Contact, Australia/New Zealand
OpenOffice.org Marketing Project

Are you a computer angel? (www.ca.asn.au)

At 12:26 PM 09/09/2002, you wrote:
>Jacqueline recieved an AUUG award
>I am sure I can speak for everyone when I say - well done from everyone at
>Computerbank Australia Incorporated to Jacqueline!!!

The opinions expressed herein are solely those of the individual, and do not 
express the opinions of Computerbank Australia Incorporated (CAI) in any way.

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