I hate to break this up people, but does anybody need CDs, or DVDs?
PS: I'll bring the penguins that normally guard my 24" monitor.
Rachael Holt wrote:
> I will be there with my Penguin this time, so that all the nice people talk
> to me;P
>> 2008/4/28 Gareth Eason <bigbro at skynet.ie>:
>>>> John Allen wrote:
>>>>> James McCarthy wrote:
>>>>>>> Hardy Heron?
>>>>>>> Yes, Hardy. I have CDs desktop/server 386/AMD64, and DVD 386/AMD64.
>>>>>>> I can bring some of the latest build of OpenSolaris cd's if anyone
>>>> wants to play around with it.
>>>>>>>> John Allen wrote:
>>>>>>>>> Should we bring CDs/DVDs along for Thursday evening?
>>>> I'll be along - should be over my jetlag by then - and if not, then
>> I'll be
>> testing the curative properties of a pint :-)
>>>> I'll bring along my eeePC, which is the 8GB model with webcam, in
>> case anyone
>> wants to take a look.
>>>> Best regards,
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