Mike Leone on 3 Feb 2004 02:11:02 -0000

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[PLUG] [plug-announce] PLUG Meeting Announcement - "How to avoid writing kernel modules" - Wed, Feb. 4, 2004

Seeing as how I apparently have little to no idea on how to type properly
:-), I will resubmit this corrected annoucement. Note that we will have at
least 1 new member coming, who wishes to engage in a keysigning.

  PLUG  --  The Philadelphia area Linux Users Group
       Cordially invites you to our next meeting
  Wednesday Feb 4, 2004   @  The University of the Sciences
             in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  The topic of this month's meeting is "How to avoid writing Kernel Modules
 for fun and non-profit". Our presenter this month is Michael Toren.
  The meeting will take place from 7PM - 9PM, at:
  University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (USP)
  Griffith Hall C
  600 South 43rd Street
  Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495
  This is in the University City area; directions are available at:
  http://www.phillylinux.org/locations/usp.html. The University is also
  easily accessible by public transportation. (also see the official USP
  directions at http://www.usip.edu/directions/). There is a map of the
  campus buildings, available from either of the links above.
  There will be an open Q&A session from 7-8PM, and then the presentation
  starts at 8PM. This is an open meeting; all are welcome, and encouraged to
  There will be a keysigning following this meeting. Come and have your
 PGP/GPG key signed by fellow PLUG members. See the instructions on the
 website for instructions on what to bring with you.
  Usually, a number of members get together after the meeting at a nearby
  resturant, for food and perhaps a beer or two. Come join the camadarie!

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