[Xcb] OSS meeting...

Bart Massey bart@cs.pdx.edu
Tue, 22 Apr 2003 14:38:59 -0700

FYI.  Please forward to anyone you can think of that might
be interested/appropriate.  IDK the beer/minors rules
(sigh), but I'll try to find out.  These are cool folks:
well worth a visit IMHO.


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Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 14:21:10 -0700
Message-ID: <KJEOLDOPMIDKCMJDCNDPGECIDFAA.altis@semi-retired.com>
From: "Kevin Altis" <altis@semi-retired.com>
Subject: MOSS meeting May 3rd, 2-5 pm (Open Source social)

For up-to-date information and links, please see the MOSS home page:


Information from the home page is duplicated below. We look forward to
seeing you at the first MOSS meeting! Please distribute this announcement to
your user groups, friends and co-workers involved in open source. Everyone
is welcome. If you have questions, please email Kevin Altis at the address

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Kevin Altis


The first MOSS meeting will be held at the Lucky Lab on May 3rd from 2-5 pm.
This is your opportunity to meet other Open Source developers and advocates
in Oregon. If you want to confirm that you're attending, please add your
name to the Attendees page.


  Anyone interested in Open Source in Oregon. We expect developers and
advocates of well known projects like Apache, Linux, Perl, PHP, Python,
Ruby, MySQL, and PostgreSQL, as well as lesser-known projects to attend.
There will also be people involved in the Oregon Open Source bill (HB 2892)
and the Personal Telco wireless project attending.

  MOSS social. There will be a brief intro at the beginning, but otherwise
this will be a social meeting without a fixed agenda. We will provide a
white board and wiki to capture who attended and what projects they are
involved in. Wireless connectivity will likely not be available at this
first event. If we are able to arrange wireless for the event, we will post
an update on this page.

  Lucky Labrador Brew Pub (Directions)


  915 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
  Portland, Oregon 97214

  May 3rd, from 2-5 PM (Saturday afternoon)

  Meet other people working on Open Source projects in the Portland Metro
Area. If you have an interest in promoting Open Source in Oregon or just
want to find out what Open Source developers on Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris,
Windows, etc. are doing in Oregon then this is the place to be.

The Lucky Lab has food, beer, and wine (menu).


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Neither the Lucky Lab or organizers will be responsible for lost or stolen
goods. We don't recommend that you bring any equipment unless you are
willing to keep track of it yourself.
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