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From: Michael Richardson
Subject: [hangout] NYLXS JOURNAL
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 12:00:06 -0500
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Hi everyone, the Journal had it's first meeting last night. Quite a bit
got settled last night. Publishing date of our first issue is March 17,
2002. It will be published on-line. Feb 17, 2002 is the deadline for
submissions of work for the March Issue. Submissions should be in HTML.
Items not published in the March issue may published in latter issues.
Needed from you are Articles, tech papers, histories of Linux and users
groups (this includes high schools, collages, and universities), also how
you came to Linux and what impact using it has made in your life.
There will be a section for letters to the editor.
Any reports of milestones your have achieved in Linux will be welcomed.
VERY IMPORTANT REPORTS ON WHAT WAS OF INTEREST AT THE LINUXWORLD.
E-Mail Michael at: nylxsmlr-at-mycouponmagic.com
New Yorker Linux Users Scene
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