From: Dan Langille
Subject: Re: BSDCan 2004
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In response to: Re: BSDCan 2004  (Jan Wieck)
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BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
 Re: BSDCan 2004  (Rod Taylor, )
  Re: BSDCan 2004  (Bruce Momjian, )
 Re: BSDCan 2004  (Robert Bernier, )
  Databasejournal.com  (Oli Sennhauser, )
   Re: Databasejournal.com  (Robert Treat, )
    Re: Databasejournal.com  (Josh Berkus, )
 Re: BSDCan 2004  (Robert Bernier, )
  Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
   Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Marc G. Fournier", )
    Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
     Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Marc G. Fournier", )
      Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
     Re: BSDCan 2004  (Geoff Davidson, )
      Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
       Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
       Re: BSDCan 2004  (Josh Berkus, )
       Re: BSDCan 2004  (Geoff Davidson, )
       Re: BSDCan 2004  (Christopher Browne, )
        Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
         Re: BSDCan 2004  (Jan Wieck, )
          Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
 Re: BSDCan 2004  (Josh Berkus, )
  Re: BSDCan 2004  (Bruce Momjian, )
   Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
    Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Marc G. Fournier", )
     Re: BSDCan 2004  ("Dan Langille", )
     Re: BSDCan 2004  (Bruce Momjian, )

On 9 Feb 2004 at 11:53, Jan Wieck wrote:

> Dan Langille wrote:
>
> > On 6 Feb 2004 at 17:18, Christopher Browne wrote:
> >
> >>  (Josh Berkus) writes:
> >> >> Geoff: OSW is going to be March 27 this year.  A few months later, in
> >> >> May, there is http://www.bsdcan.org/.  We'd like you folks here for
> >> >> both.  Any chance of that?
> >> >
> >> > You should pester Dave Cramer, Archeron, and Darcy as well.  They're
> >> > all North of the Border.  I will bug them on IRC.
> >>
> >> I'll probably be grabbing a couple days off around then, too, to be in
> >> the area.  My high school, just across the canal, turns 160, and a
> >> visit to parents in Ottawa is well overdue.
> >
> > Any excuse is better than none.  And having multiple reasons is even
> > better.  Where do you live now?  I know there's a group coming from
> > NYC.
> >
> >> I also understand Jan Wieck may be heading north for the con...
> >
> > I met Jan at Linux World Expo in NYC last month (Bruce Momjian too!
> > => http://www.freebsddiary.org/linuxworldexpo-2004-part5.php).  If
> > he's coming up, I'd certainly like to have him talk give a technical
> > talk about replication.
>
> As I understood the conference is on Friday and Saturday.

Yes, the proceedings are on those days, but we have social events on
Thursday and Sunday (for those still in town).

> I thought about spending the whole week in Toronto, driving over to
> Ottawa either Thursday night or Friday morning.

I recommend Thursday night.  Friday morning would mean leaving at 5
or 6 am pick up your registration pack and get to the first session.
--
Dan Langille : http://www.langille.org/
BSDCan - http://www.bsdcan.org/



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