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IRC Interview with Eric S. Raymond

Saturday, May 9th at midnight UTC, 8 pm eastern, 5 p.m pacific, at
irc.some.net -- be there or be square....


>From http://some.net/forums.html:

     * Eric Raymond of opensource.org and author of The Cathedral and
       the Bazaar will be answering general open source questions
       starting at 8pm EST. Please read the forum guidelines below if
       you plan to attend. 

Forum Guidelines

   SomeNet forums consist of two channels. The first channel is
   for interested parties to ask questions, and reply/give
   comments. The second channel is for the guest speaker to
   answer questions (this channel will be moderated so that
   only the speaker can talk). Channel names will be
   announced on the network an hour before the event starts.

   We ask that you observe the following protocol when participating:

     + Ask clear, concise questions relevant to the subject matter.
     + Try not to duplicate a question that has already been addressed.
     + Please be patient and give the speaker enough time to answer
       questions fully.
     + In general, be courteous to the speaker and the other
       participants. We appreciate your assistance in keeping the
       forums clean and high quality. 


There are IRC clients and docs at http://www.irchelp.org.  The usual
channel for Debian, for before and after the forum, is #debian at

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