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From: (Robert Thomas)
Subject: (Australia) Sydney Linux users Group.
Message-ID: <1993May13.083917.18634@klaava.Helsinki.FI>
Date: Thu, 13 May 1993 08:39:17 GMT
Approved: (Lars Wirzenius)

People.  Again, if you aren't in Australia, you might as well pass this
one by.  Apologies for the world distribution, but I still haven't' got
my mail feed coming from Australia.

I've had a heap of replies to my idea of starting up a Sydney Linux
Users Group - I was think of Australian, but SLUG sounds better than
ALUG 8-) So I'd like to see if I can get a number of people who WOULD
attend if they could, so I can see what sort of venue we are going to
need.  I'm quite happy with having it at my place, as long as there
aren't too many people..  Otherwise, if I get a fair few, I might be
able to dig up a hall or something.  Cross that bridge when I come to
it.  So, I'm asking everyone in Sydney, Or Anywhere in Australia if
they feel like a trip, to reply to me.  Don't worry about when, We'll
sort that out later.  In case this message gets mangled in transit,
the address to reply to is

                                Robert Thomas
  ,------.     Sequent Computer Systems Australia Pty Ltd. 
  |    # |     Robert Thomas - Customer Service          +61-2-900-4600
  |      |     Internet:
  `------'     UUCP:     ..!uunet!sequent!rthomas

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