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George Prowse wrote:
> On 11/07/06, Stephen <stephenjohnson@...>
>> Yes but i emailed someone about it, and they told due to their exams it
>> had been canceled and to keep an eye on the mailing list.
>> George Prowse wrote:
>> > On 10/07/06, Peter Weller <welp@...> wrote:
>> >> Stephen Johnson wrote:
>> >> > Peter Weller wrote:
>> >> >> Stephen Johnson wrote:
>> >> >>> Peter Weller wrote:
>> >> >>>> Hmm, I've got bad news for you... The Gentoo UK conference
>> was on
>> >> >>>> Saturday... Yes... last Saturday...
>> >> >>> i thought it had been called off
>> >> >> Yeah... until about a month ago...
>> >> > dammit i always miss out, btw dns is in dec and will be based
>> >> > somewhere near blackpool it is the longest running and largest
>> >> > security conference in the uk.Ill post more info when i get the
>> >> > organizers to get their arse in gear
>> >> Looks like Daniel forgot to announce it here... Oh well, there's
>> >> next year, and he'll be uploading all the slides from the
>> >> and also pics. If you got on IRC, you'd have known about it... oh
>> >> well...
>> >> --
>> >> email@example.com mailing list
>> > It was announced all over IRC and there are TWO (now 3) different
>> > threads about it in the forums and have been for over 6 months.
>> > If there is a Gentoo UK meeting do you not think the best place to get
>> > information about it is in #gentoouk ?
>> > George
>> firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list
> Yeah, it was getting hard trying to find the right set of times and
> places but the one thing we knew was that we couldn't have it when
> exams were on.
> Finding a place at the right time, in the right location and with the
> right facilities turned out to be difficult and the best way to keep
> people in touch with the constant changes was with the forums.
> We posted polls on the forums about which location in the UK they
> would prefer, there was another thread about whether people could help
> by suggesting locations and there was another to keep people posted
> about the changes.
> It was probably me who told you that it was being postponed until
> after the exams and most of the announcements that i made tended to be
> on the forums but as usual the vast majority of the decisions were
> made live, via IRC.
'Cummon guys, let's forgive and forget ;)
Anyway, I expected thanks rushing in for bringing this mailing list back
to live! (If it ever was "alive", that is...) Anyway, let's make use of
this list ;)
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