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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 2 March 2005 NYCBUG: Michael "Mickey" Shalayeff on

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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 2 March 2005 NYCBUG: Michael "Mickey" Shalayeff on OpenBSD for PA-RISC
Date: 2 Mar 2005 11:32:38 -0500

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 Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2005 01:19:30 -0500
 Subject: [Announce-nycbug] OpenBSD on PA-RISC, Hack-a-thon, t-shirts

 NYCBUG Monthly Meeting 
 Wednesday, March 2nd

 6 pm, Soho Apple Store at 103 Prince Street

 Michael "Mickey" Shalayeff will talk about the hppa port of OpenBSD 
 which he maintains. He maintains many of the applications which run on 
 this peculiar platform and will provide some insight to the inquisitive 
 as to what this combo can do.

 Mickey has contributed heavily to the CARP project which has become 
 such a success. It is hard to find some code which Michael has not at 
 least influenced in OpenBSD. He seems to be dextrous on any hardware 
 platform and is equally well versed in PCI as he is SCSI. Mickey is 
 readily available on the message lists and is always happy to help 
 impart some of his vast networking knowledge to beggars and sysadmins 
 with a smile (;

 You can read more about OpenBSD on PA-RISC at

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 NYC*BUG tshirts will also be in.  We will be selling them for $15.  
 Each has the NYC*BUG logo on the left front breast, and a customized 
 dmesg trailing down the back of the shirt.  Anyone who donates $50 or 
 more to the OpenBSD Hackathon Fundraiser will receive a tshirt for 

 These tshirts are hot.  And supporting the OpenBSD Hackathon 
 Fundraiser, which is responsible for so many innovations in *BSD Land 
 and beyond, is hotter.

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 BSDCan will be held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on May 13-14th, 2005.  
 You can get more information at  Last year 
 was the first, and a good number of NYC*BUG members attended.  It was a 
 brilliant conference and many are looking forward to this years.

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