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From: rusty@indirect.com (Rusty Carruth)
Subject: Phoenix Linux User's Group
Message-ID: < ann-24900.776147511@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Sat, 6 Aug 1994 04:32:10 GMT
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Matt Welsh)

The august PLUG meeting has been scheduled, and due to the
availability of a free cd I'd like to announce this to the
world:

> Subject: The Great August Get Together!
> To: plug@tsiung.dist.maricopa.edu (Phoenix Linux User's Group)
> 
> OK, after a subject teaser like that, it's just an ordinary meeting
> notice.  We inadvertently missed July, so how about August 11 at
> 11:45 at the Arizona Center Food Court.
>
> Featured Highlights:
>
> - Rusty has a CD set to give away (The InfoMagic 2 disk set)
> - Eric has a report from 'The Other Side', i.e. NetBSD
> - Whatever anyone else comes up with between now & then
> 
> dt
>
> P.S. For those in the North Valley, I'd be willing to share the drive;
> I'm at 19th & Deer Valley, so anything along I-17 is on the way.
> -- 
> Dean Troyer                           troyer@saifr00.ateng.az.Honeywell.COM
> Honeywell Commercial Flight Systems   72240.3152@compuserve.com
> Phoenix AZ
> (602) 436-3613

--
Rusty Carruth aka N7IKQ aka rusty@indirect.com aka rusty@descomp.com 
           Coming SOON (supposedly before Aug 31): rusty@acoustic.com
The Phoenix Linux User's group has formed!  Details: me.
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