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From emcnabb at cs.byu.edu  Fri Mar  5 15:29:59 2004
From: emcnabb at cs.byu.edu (Evan McNabb)
Date: Fri Mar  5 15:30:26 2004
Subject: [uug] Special Meeting : Novell brings Miguel de Icaza
Message-ID: <20040305222959.GA7686@moccasin.byu.edu>

Linux Users International and Novell would like invite all members of       
Utah's Linux User Groups to attend a very special event featuring Miguel       
de Icaza (co-founder of Ximian and creator of Gnome) on the evening of       
Monday, March 22, at 7:00 PM in Salt Lake City. In this presentation Miguel 
will share his vision and ideas regarding Linux and open source solutions, 
products and industry growth.  This is a great opportunity to hear first-hand 
what one of the true visionaries of the Linux movement has to say about a 
topic that all of us care deeply about.  Seating for this event will be 
limited so please don't wait to rsvp via email to lui_event@novell.com 

 Event: Miguel de Icaza on Linux 
 Date: Monday, March 22, 2004     
 Time: 7:00 PM (Please try to arrive by 6:45) 
 Place: SLC Marriott, 75 South, West Temple              
 RSVP To: lui_event@novell.com 

LUI and Novell would like to thank the leadership of SLLUG, PLUG, BYU-UUG, and 
other area LUG's  for their help in organizing and promoting this event.

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From emcnabb at cs.byu.edu  Sun Mar 21 19:13:03 2004
From: emcnabb at cs.byu.edu (Evan McNabb)
Date: Sun Mar 21 19:11:46 2004
Subject: [uug] Final Carpool Info
Message-ID: <20040322021303.GB7733@moccasin.nabbernet.net>

Tomorrow's the big day. If you need a ride or have transportation, a
bunch of UUGers will be meeting in the parking lot of the Tanner
Building. The plan is to LEAVE at 5:30pm, so try to get there around
5:15pm. If you can drive bring your car. 

If you want to join up with another carpool, go to:

http://www.harleypig.com/carpool/

I'm actually going to be up there all day, so I won't be meeting at the
carpool here. If you have any questions, contact Andrew McNabb
(andrew@mcnabbs.org) or Scott Robertson (spr@cs.byu.edu).

If you haven't RSVPed and it turns out you can come after all, just show
up. It looks like there will be a few extra seats. See ya tomorrow
night!

-Evan

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From emcnabb at cs.byu.edu  Mon Mar 22 13:28:51 2004
From: emcnabb at cs.byu.edu (Evan McNabb)
Date: Mon Mar 22 13:27:31 2004
Subject: [uug] Linus
Message-ID: <20040322202851.GC6602@moccasin.NOVELL.COM>

I know you'll hate me for this, but I have to brag:

http://evan.mcnabbs.org/tmp/linus.jpg

-Evan

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