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From: torva...@klaava.Helsinki.FI (Linus Torvalds)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux
Subject: Thanks...
Summary: finally paid off my computer
Message-ID: <1992Nov5.094730.28084@klaava.Helsinki.FI>
Date: 5 Nov 92 09:47:30 GMT
Organization: University of Helsinki
Lines: 16

Just a quick note to say "THANKS" to everybody - today I was able to
finally pay off my computer using money collected by hpa (Peter Anvin)
from various people. The collection brought in USD $750, and together
with some other donations (including a fim 1000 EuroCheque) I was able
to pay the final rate today. I'd also like to thank everybody else who
has sent me either money or any other encouragement (ranging from
postacards and T-shirts (!) to beer-money and actual beer). 

I'm not making a "hall of fame" of people who have paid me money: I
might forget somebody (who'd hate me for the rest of his life), and
anyway, contributions in the form of patches/bug-reports etc have been
at least as valuable (and I haven't kept track of those either. Shame
on me). You know who you are,

thanks,
Linus

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From: h...@casbah.acns.nwu.edu (H. Peter Anvin N9ITP)
Subject: Re: USA Linus fund -- final accounting (was: Thanks...)
Message-ID: <1992Nov6.030630.28688@news.acns.nwu.edu>
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Reply-To: h...@nwu.edu (H. Peter Anvin)
Organization: You must be kidding!
References: <1992Nov5.094730.28084@klaava.Helsinki.FI>
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 1992 03:06:30 GMT
Lines: 39

With Linus' thanks I thought this was an appropriate time to make the final
accounting report for the USA Linus fund.

William Broadley $25
Philip Balister $50
Cameron Spitzer $35
Stephen Hill $40
Jeffrey Moore $100
Phil Anglin $50
James Lynch $50
Richard Almquist $10
John Montgomery $25
David Black $50
Mark Ng $100
Hisanori Noguchi $20
John White $50
Satish Chittamuru $50
Conway Yee $20
Charles Wilson $25
Anonymous: "Linus Rules" $20
Joel Hoffman $25
Peter Anvin $40
-------------------------------
Subtotal $785
Wire transfer charge -$35
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Total USD 750.00
Tranfer rate USD/FIM .2087
----------------------------------
Final sum FIM 3593.68

Thanks, everyone, and let's go back to hacking!

/hpa
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