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From: hjstein@sunset.ma.huji.ac.il (Harvey J. Stein)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: LOCAL: LINUX Users Group Meeting in Jerusalem.
Date: 3 Dec 1994 11:56:49 +0200
Organization: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Sender: wirzeniu@cc.Helsinki.FI
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Lars Wirzenius)
Message-ID: <3bpfd1$ddn@kruuna.Helsinki.FI>
Keywords: local, users group, Jerusalem


			  The first meeting

				of the

		      Israeli Linux Users Group

			   will be held on

		   Friday, December 9th at 10:00am

				  at

		    Hebrew University in Ross 201



(Ross 201 is the large classroom on the 2nd floor of the CS
institute).

We don't yet have a planned agenda, so bring topics for discussion.
At the very least, I'll bring some back issues of the Linux Journal
for people to look at.

Also, the Israeli Linux Users Group has a mailing list.  You can join
the mailing list by sending email (with a blank subject line) to
maiser@hagiga.jct.ac.il with the line:

SUBSCRIBE Linux-il

in the body of the message.  To unsubscribe, give the line:

UNSUBSCRIBE Linux-il

instead.  For additional information, give the line:

HELP

To send messages to the mailing list, mail to
Linux-il@hagiga.jct.ac.il.

Thanks,

--
Dr. Harvey J. Stein
Berger Financial Research
hjstein@math.huji.ac.il

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