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I've been asked if we can mention this on our list and at our meetings.
I can handle the former.  Can one of the officers mention it in the 'News'
section of one of the upcoming meetings, for the new- and non-vox-reading
folks?  Thanks!


----- Forwarded message from Peter Mui <pmui@usenix.org> -----

Register NOW for USENIX'05: the Annual Technical Conference of the
Usenix Association at http://www.usenix.org/usenix05/progm.

Come to Anaheim this April 10-15 for top-notch tutorials and technical
sessions: this is the USENIX Association's 30th Anniversary, and we're
celebrating with the strongest lineup of training and technical sessions
ever:

*** Nearly 40 tutorials, 20 of which are new, featuring:
o  Rik Farrow leading a hands-on Linux Security Class
o  Geoff Halprin on the Basic Skill of Troubleshooting
o  Mark-Jason Dominus conducting a Perl Program Repair Shop
o  Heison Chak discoursing on VoIP Principles and Practice
o  Jacob Farmer on Next-Generation Storage Networking
        (See details at http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix05/training/)

*** Four concurrent tracks of Technical Sessions including Invited  
Talks,
a Freenix (BSD/Linux) track, and a Guru track with your favorite  
academics
and industry researchers on such timely topics as:
o  Spencer Shepler: NFSv4
o  Running Virtualized Native Drivers in User Mode Linux
o  John Ousterhout: Faster Software Builds
o  IP Network extensions for accessing USB devices
o  Configuring hardware in a data center based on temperature
o  Eddie Kohler: DDoS Defense in Practice and Theory
o  A PC-based Open Source Voting Machine (and paper ballot!)
o  Surviving Internet Catastrophies
        (See details at http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix05/tech/)

*** Keynote by George Dyson, historian and author of Darwin Among the  
Machines,
will speak about John von Neumann's use of early computers to tackle  
previously
intractable problems.

*** Works-In-Progress Reports (WIPs) and Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions
(BoFs) round out a rich week overflowing with presentations,  
information,
and collaboration.

*** Conference Reception celebrating the 30th Anniversary of USENIX!

------------------------------------------------------------------------ 
WHAT:   USENIX '05 - Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the USENIX  
Association
WHEN:   April 10-15, 2005
WHERE:  Anaheim, CA: Marriott Hotel
WHO:    Anyone interested in state-of-the-art computing issues
WHY:    To get to and stay on the leading edge of practical and  
actionable research and tools
HOW:    http://www.usenix.org/usenix05/progm
------------------------------------------------------------------------ 

Five or more people registering together get $100 off per person!

Early-Bird Registration discounts end March 21, 2005 -- register NOW  
for the best pricing at:
http://www.usenix.org/usenix05/progm

======================================================


Thanks and enjoy!

-- 
-bill!
bill@newbreedsoftware.com         "I'm anticipating an all-out tactical
http://newbreedsoftware.com/      dog-fight, followed by a light dinner."
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