Mike Leone on Thu, 17 Jul 2003 21:36:07 -0400

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[PLUG] [FWD: Speaker Invitation for Linux talk at Univ. of Pennsylvania]

I received this invitation today. Anyone want to volunteer to give a talk on
Open Source Development at Penn? Preferrably a developer of OSS? :-)

----- Forwarded message from Eunice Chen <chene@seas.upenn.edu> -----

> Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 06:07:27 -0400
> From: Eunice Chen <chene@seas.upenn.edu>
> To: "turgon@mike-leone.com" <turgon@mike-leone.com>
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> Subject: Speaker Invitation for Linux talk at Univ. of Pennsylvania
> Dear Mr. Leone of PLUG,
> My name is Eunice Chen, and I am contacting you on behalf of the Computer 
> Science Dining Philosophers at the University of Pennsylvania. We are Penn's 
> student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery, and we are Penn's 
> only Computer Science student organization. Most of our members are 
> undergraduate Computer Science majors, but our organization is open to the 
> entire Penn community.
> One of our main events this year is a series of Linux presentations in October 
> and November. The Computer Science Dining Philosophers is holding seminars on 
> several aspects of Linux, from beginning usage and overall information about 
> the system, to more detailed subjects such as open source development for our 
> more Linux-advanced audience.
> We hope you can send a speaker to engage our student members with a talk 
> addressing the topic, "What is open source development, and how can I get 
> involved?"  Your speaker is of course welcome to promote your organization, but 
> the main focus of the presentation should cover the listed topic, as well as 
> any other possible relevant aspects.
> The Computer Science Dining Philosophers is definitely looking forward to a 
> successful series, and we invite you to join us. Since the date is not 
> finalized, we hope you can reply with your interest and potential dates for 
> your talk, preferably in October.
> Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. I look forward 
> to your reply.
> Sincerely,
> Eunice Chen
> The Computer Science Dining Philosophers
> University of Pennsylvania

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