Re: anyone going to USENIX?
>I know it's still a little ways off, but is anybody here planning on
>attending the USENIX Technical Conference in Boston this year? It runs
>from June 25 - 30.
>If enough people from the Debian community will be attending, it would
>be worthwhile to get together, eat, drink, exchange GPG keys, discuss
>Debian issues, etc. Perhaps even a formal Debian BoF would be cool,
>though I'm not necessarily volunteering to host it (not refusing to
>either...I'm still neutral).
We've had a Debian Bof at the last 3 Usenixes (Usenices?), so it'd be
a reasonable idea.
>So how 'bout a quick show of hands from people who think they'll be
I've held back from saying this until now, as it wasn't definite, but
there will be a couple of us from the UK - me and Dave Swegen.
Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. firstname.lastname@example.org
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