|FROM ||Mike Richardson - NYLXS PRESIDENT
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] GNOME Summit Annoucnement
When did Alex Shvartsman become owner of NYLXS, Inc.?
On Tue, 18 Nov 2003, Ruben Safir Secretary NYLXS wrote:
> NYLXS is proud to host the 2003 GNOME Developers Summit in New York City
> with support from Novell, Brooklyn College, and NYLXS.
> The opening session will be at the Student Union at Brooklyn College at
> 9AM November 22nd, and will continue at the NYLXS Education Center in Kings
> Games, Brooklyn New York.
> Brooklyn College is at Campus Road and Bedford Avenue.
> Kings Games and the NYLXS Education Center at 1724 East 12th Street
> on Kings Highway.
> Richard Stallman is giving the introductionary speech, along with GNOME
> Friedman of GNOME, NYLXS Secretary Ruben Safir, and David Sugar of Bayonne
> In addition, NYLXS and Gnome is holding a workshop for GNOME Developement
> for beginners on Sunday Morning November 23rd, and a tour of New York is
> being given in the works. Also, swag will be given out to participants.
> Finally, NYLXS is having its annual benifit dinner with talks by Richard Stallman,
> and Awards for Evan Inker (NYLXS Free Software Chamber of Commerce), Paul Robert Marino
> (NYLXS Vice President, Chairman of the Education Sub-committee, and Free Software
> Specialist for the NYC Board of Education and Concord High School) and Alex Shvartsman
> (Owner of NYLXS and Patron of the Free Software Institute).
> For more information and registration see http://www.nylxs.com/events/gnome/
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