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From: Peter Fillingham < pete@panix.com>
Subject: NJ computer user's group Linux-related SIG
Message-ID: < ann-15357.769637351@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Sun, 22 May 1994 20:09:30 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

The ACGNJ [Amateur Computer Group of NJ (incidentally one of the oldest 
computer groups)] is forming a LUNICS SIG, i.e., a combination of LINUX, UNIX, 
FREEBSD, NETBSD, COHERENT enthusiasts.  Meetings will take place probably 
monthly (not necessarily under a full moon) in Scotch Plains, NJ.  Potential 
members are encouraged to enquire of pete fillingham <> or by 
phoning fillingham at 201/731-9269.  Ex-NJerseyans that have emigrated may join
if only via e-mail.

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