nik at freebsd.org
Fri Apr 21 14:11:58 BST 2000
On Thu, Apr 20, 2000 at 12:50:55PM +0100, Paul Civati wrote:
> Mark Blackman <tmb at sophos.com> wrote:
> > I think there was a discussion of a (BSD) stand at LinuxExpo 2000
> > ( http://www.itevents.co.uk/exhibitions/linux/ ) in London. Anybody
> > know what the BSD presence is going to be like there?
> Wasn't the last LinuxExpo not very good?
> I registered but didn't go as the programme didn't have anything of
> interest, IMO LinuxExpo in name only, compared to the US one.
> (Of course, I have been bombarded with junk mail from all kinds of
> IT companies ever since..)
> Not that I'm saying a BSD stand would be bad to see..
I've just registered for an exhibitors pack. Lets see what they send.
Internet connection, $19.95 a month. Computer, $799.95. Modem, $149.95.
Telephone line, $24.95 a month. Software, free. USENET transmission,
hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Thinking before posting, priceless.
Somethings in life you can't buy. For everything else, there's MasterCard.
-- Graham Reed, in the Scary Devil Monastery
More information about the Ukfreebsd