|FROM ||Ron Guerin
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Expo Booths signup for NYLXS/LXNY/NYLUG
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Subject: [hangout] Expo Booths signup for NYLXS/LXNY/NYLUG
From: Ron Guerin
Date: 21 Jan 2002 03:56:04 -0500
Reply-To: Ron Guerin
List: New Yorkers Linux Scene
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I'd like to briefly announce the locations of the Expo signup app for
the booths of your choice:
The app won't show your time scheduled until after I mark your
submission "final", which is just to avoid having too much coverage at
the same time. Every volunteer will get a note back (manually)
confirming their time slot(s).
Depending on whether or not the bug I introduced gets fixed before you
go there, you'll see an option to sign up for a mailing list regarding
the booth. This is just so we can e-mail the volunteers easily
regarding booth activities. If you have anything to tell your fellow
volunteers, you can post that to the list as well. If there's any
unexpected perqs for volunteers, these will be announced via the list.
The subscriber list is not public, and the mailing lists will be
destroyed at the end of the Expo.
If you want to join the mailing list(s), send a blank e-mail to:
You'll get back a confirmation e-mail you need to reply to before your
address will be added to the list.
_*BIG*_ thanks to Jon Britton, who not only wrote the script, he beat
one of my servers into submission to make this all possible. Jon now
knows the depths of my incompetence, and yet he still rolled up his
sleeves to run down all the problems.
New Yorker Linux Users Scene
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