|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Conference Congradulations and Acknoledgements
I would like to thank you for giving me an opportunity to be a part of this in someway.
I am sad though I missed it because of my other appointments, but I am very happy
that all went well.
Ofcourse you missed someone on your list, its YOU. :). Without you in first place, it would
not have been possible. And in the end we realize its a team effort.
NYLXS, we are (still) doers. ;)
On Mon, 24 Nov 2003 21:48 , Ruben I Safir sent:
>I want to thank everyone for their participation and hard work in making the 2003 GNOME Developers Summit a
>success, and to give indivduals their just recognition.
>First, let me that our NYLXS President, Michael Richardson, for all the hard work in keeping all the pieces together,
>including getting the registered check in tome to Brooklyn College and for interacting with the admnistration at
>the student union at a time when it seemed that the wheels were falling off.
>I'd like to thank Steve Milo for making sure that we had chairs and tables, for coordinating communications, ordering food,
>and for running the NYLXS Public Relations.
>I'd like to thank Dario and Paul Robert Marino for setting up the wireless networking and doing an emergency swap out of the
>Kings Games router.
>I'd like to thank our friend and member, Ceasar Vargus for helping to set up tables, and working with the conference
>network work set up.
>I'd like to thank Joe Grastara for getting succient beer to cover the conference and NYLXS Dinner, and for spending
>over 20 hours at the event help users and smoothing out multiple issues with the participats as they occured.
>Joe also built the mailing list application and registration setup programs for the internet.
>I'd like to thank Joann Cripps for overseaing the Friday afternoon setup and making sure the chairs, tables, and
>swag was all delivered and arrainged in an orderly fashion.
>I'd like to thank Ray Connelly for helping lost people find their way to Brooklyn and New York, and being the first face
>of NYLXS for the conference for many people.
>I'd like to thank Akbar Pasha for putting up a wonderful conference website and working on the presentation of the schedule.
>I'd like to thank David Sugar for initiially suggesting that NYLXS could help with the conference and interfacing with GNOME.
>In addition, Dave spent 72 hours working all phases of the conference with technical and personal expertise.
>I'd like to thank Richard Stallman for giving a wornderful presentation at the reception.
>I'd like to thank Aaron Tennenbaum, chair of the Brooklyn College Computer Science Department for spouncing GNOME and
>working with us.
>I'd like to thank Mitzu Hardy for her hard work at Brooklyn College to make this event a fantastic success.
>I'd like to thank Evan Inker for his oversight and patching work between different groups of peoples when communications
>became strained all through the process.
>I'd like to thank Nat Friedman and Luis Villa for their talks and leadership in GNOME.
>I'd like to thank Alex Shvartzman for his dedication to making us all feel at home at Kings Games and for his warm friendship.
>I'd like to thank Ellen Safir for helping this whole weekend in entertaining guests and helping with the NYLXS dinner
>and setting up the NYLXS plates.
>Thank You everyone and I'm sorry if I missed anyone
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