Freebsd-users digest, Vol 1 #1816 - 2 msgs
jay at codegurus.org
Wed Mar 2 19:26:32 GMT 2005
I guess we could discuss what the effects of 10 pints of guiness is on
the human body, while experimenting at the same time =D
or we could talk about anything BSD.
Either would make for an interesting afternoon.
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> 1. Reminder - Manchester BSDUG tomorrow (Paul Robinson)
> 2. Re: UK BSD mini con (Paul Richards)
>To: FreeBSD Users UK <freebsd-users at uk.freebsd.org>,
> manchester at bsdgroups.org.uk
>From: Paul Robinson <paul at iconoplex.co.uk>
>Subject: Reminder - Manchester BSDUG tomorrow
>Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 21:51:10 +0000
>Sorry for the lateness of this final reminder.
>Tomorrow evening a few assorted souls will be assembling at the Sandbar
>in Manchester. We start at 19:30, and sit around in the pub for a
>couple of hours. It's dead ace.
>Any problems, mail me off-list, or you can find more information at
>Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2005 11:49:31 +0000
>From: Paul Richards <paul at originative.co.uk>
>To: Simon Burke <simon.burke at gmail.com>
>Cc: freebsd-users at uk.freebsd.org
>Subject: Re: UK BSD mini con
>So, what we going to do about this then?
>There's been some offline contact with Oxford Uni and we could most
>likely get a room and projector there.
>Having just done the trip to Birmingham for UKUUG it's pretty
>convenient from Cardiff, but Oxford isn't much further.
>We could also give up any pretense of taking this seriously and
>just meet somewhere for a pissup, we have a better track record of
>organising them :-)
>Do people have ideas for presentations or things they'd like to
>discuss? If there's no real demand for actual talks then we can
>just go for a social event.
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