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Re: [seul-edu] Persons registered for LinuxWorld Expo EXHIBITOR badges
I will be there for sure. Thanks to Bill and the kind people at Linux Global
Partners. I just got my plane ticket tonight, I fly in Monday. Looking
forward to meeting some of you.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Ries-Knight" <email@example.com>
To: "SEUL Education" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2000 10:19 PM
Subject: [seul-edu] Persons registered for LinuxWorld Expo EXHIBITOR badges
> Ok folks,
> Here below is the "Short List" of attendees for LWExpo that
> I have registered for badges. If you wish to be included,
> LET ME KNOW.
> Collette is STILL willing to host a reception, and I think
> she would love a listing of those that will be ther, and
> WHEN to plan it for. You can post it here or send to her
> directly at :
> Collette McNeill <email@example.com>
> Eugene has offered and we have accepted his offer of some
> computers. We need to select some software, and see if we
> can have it loaded on the first day. I thik there MAY be
> time to get it preloaded (Eugene?) if we are quick and clear
> on what we wish. I have just gotten my office up and
> running as of today, so I will be a bit more availible over
> the next few days.
> I am going out on a limb here, amd I will tell you all I am
> ususally online with Yahoo Messenger running. I use YM
> because it can be accessed from almost any Java Enabled
> Browser. I have run it under Windows, MacOS and various
> flavors of X-Windows running a Netscape Browser. If you
> need to catch me, use one of the following ID's: mrbillrk,
> mrbillrk_work, and my wife is listed asunicorn_mommie.
> Emilio G. Milian
> Collette K. McNeill
> Chris Lehmann
> Ray Olszewski
> Joseph E. Arruda
> Jeff Knox
> Aaron Turner
> Bill Ries-Knight
> Here's hoping to see you.
> "No woman in my time will be prime minister,"
> said Margaret Thatcher in 1969.
> She would go on to be the most prominent
> British prime minister since Churchill.
> Don't sell yourself short.