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    Debconf 2 in Toronto: July 5-7th, 2002
    Submitted by Anonymous on Saturday, March 02, 2002 – 06:21
    I’ve just announced that Debconf 2 will be held in Toronto at York University, from July 5-7th, 2002. This should be a fairly convenient time for those who also want to attend OLS. Thanks for organizing the York University side of things goes to Alex Anglin. It’s imperative that anybody who wants to present during the 3-day conference, or wants to help out, e-mail me. Read more here.
    DanielS: Amended the story to fix the dates up.

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    Subject: Excellent! I’m there man! HOLIDAY — Woo hoo!
    Author: The_Dougster
    Date: Tuesday, 2002/03/05 – 07:12
    I can get to Buffalo in about an hour, then the grueling 150kph death drive on the QEW with six lanes packed bumper to bumper, but I bet I can get to Toronto in about four hours. No sweat!

    The woman likes the idea of a hotel weekend in Canada too, so I’m set. Molson, Labatts, oh Heaven!

    Heehee… See you there! Where’s my credit card??

    – The_Dougster

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    Subject: Re: Excellent! I’m there man! HOLIDAY — Woo hoo!
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Sunday, 2002/03/10 – 20:24
    Stupid Toronto. Has to be closer to an American than me 🙁

    I’m in Saskatoon, SK, a goo 40 hour drive from Toronto. Bah.

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    Subject: Re: Excellent! I’m there man! HOLIDAY — Woo hoo!
    Author: The_Dougster
    Date: Monday, 2002/03/18 – 00:28
    Do you visit Uranium City or Atabasca much? Dude I think I’d hop a train if I were you.
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    Subject: Re: Excellent! I’m there man! HOLIDAY — Woo hoo!
    Author: Glanz
    Date: Tuesday, 2002/03/05 – 16:11
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    Subject: Re: Excellent! I’m there man! HOLIDAY — Woo hoo!
    Author: Glanz
    Date: Tuesday, 2002/03/05 – 16:07
    I’m in Montreal so it’s not too far.
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    Subject: Re: Excellent! I’m there man! HOLIDAY — Woo hoo!
    Author: Glanz
    Date: Tuesday, 2002/03/05 – 16:01
    I’ll be there too. See ya. I’ll be the older geek lookin’ guy.
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    Subject: Debconf?
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Saturday, 2002/03/02 – 20:21
    Debconf? You mean the configuration tool?
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    Subject: Re: Debconf?
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Monday, 2002/03/04 – 12:26
    I thougt it was already at version 4, not 2.
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    Subject: Re: Debconf?
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Monday, 2002/03/04 – 17:22
    *boom*boom*
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    Subject: Re: Debconf?
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Saturday, 2002/03/02 – 23:42
    *smack*
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