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Thursday 10/26 Seattle barCode and LDP


As I may have mentioned earlier to this list, I'm speaking in a bar in
Seattle to any developers that come, sponsored by IBM. I'll be talking
about ibiblio.org, our open source research, trust matrixes, and briefly
about the LDP. I would love it if I could point to you (if you are in the
area) and say "These are the folks that make the LDP happen; I only host
the site." Plus it would be good to see some of you in person and to
promote the LDP. If you are nearby and can come, the wine, beer and
appetizers are on IBM. There will be VR games and I will be brief -- I

This is what they tell me will be happening:

ddeveloperWorks barCode
Thursday, October 26, 2000
7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Pyramid Ale House
1201 1st Avenue
South of Royal Brougham Way - Downtown Seattle across from Safeco baseball
Seattle, WA
Telephone: (206) 682-3377
Parking:  Ample complimentary parking lots


>From downtown and Pioneer Square: Go south on 1st Avenue or Alaskan Way to
S. Royal Brougham the brewery is on the corner.

>From Interstate 90: Take the 4th Avenue exit at the freeway's end. Turn
right onto 4th Avenue South, then right again onto S. Royal Brougham.
Continue four blocks to brewery.

>From Interstate 5 North, take exit 164B, from Interstate 5 south, take
exit 164. From either exit, turn right onto 4th Avenue South, then right
again onto S. Royal Broughman. Continue 4 blocks to brewery.

Speaker: Paul Jones, Director of Metalab and ibiblio.org-home of the
longest continuous Linux archives in the US, including the Linux
Documentation Project-will discuss how open source concepts are now
working in software, documentation, music and in the worlds beyond the
programming communities.

Tech Lab Demo Stations
LINUX on zSeries - remote access via laptop (Todd Edwards)
DevCon CD running on 2-Laptops
dW Linux Zone live on 2-Laptop
e-business in Action Demo CD (Ann Strosaker)
CollabNet website (Linda Stone)
ibiblio website (Paul Jones)
Open Source Development Lab for Linux (Randy Kalmeta)
SashMo (Kevin Gibbs)


Dreamstations: Boxing, Destruction Derby, Flight Simulator, Street Car
Racing, Power-Boat Racing, and Snowboarding.

*  ibiblio t-shirts (at demo table)
*  dW t-shirts (for questions)
*  dW postcards
*  barCode keychains
*  IBM Application Developer's Kit for Linux CD
*  DevCon CD (survey)
*  business-card size Linux CD

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