Leaving to RubyConf

Hi folks,

I am going to leave home to the RubyConf (how far it is from my home).
After visiting Utah, I will arrive at the Denver airport at 19:21 on
Thursday. See you there.

						matz.

Hi –

On Tue, 17 Oct 2006, Yukihiro M. wrote:

Hi folks,

I am going to leave home to the RubyConf (how far it is from my home).
After visiting Utah, I will arrive at the Denver airport at 19:21 on
Thursday. See you there.

I wish! :slight_smile: Have a good trip, and enjoy the conference.

David

On Oct 16, 2006, at 6:45 PM, Yukihiro M. wrote:

Hi folks,

I am going to leave home to the RubyConf (how far it is from my home).
After visiting Utah, I will arrive at the Denver airport at 19:21 on
Thursday. See you there.

Have a good trip Matz!

James Edward G. II

Yukihiro M. wrote:

Hi folks,

I am going to leave home to the RubyConf (how far it is from my home).
After visiting Utah, I will arrive at the Denver airport at 19:21 on
Thursday. See you there.

  					matz.

UTAH! what could have possibly been there? (just kidding) I used to live
there, and it was horrible. Have fun at the conference.

On Tue, 17 Oct 2006, pat eyler wrote:

UTAH! what could have possibly been there? (just kidding) I used to live
there, and it was horrible. Have fun at the conference.

Sorry you didn’t like it here. There is a thriving little Ruby community
though. Three different Ruby brigades, with a total (combined) attendance
of 35+. By that measure at least, it can’t be all bad. ;^)

any place with that much snow can’t be bad at all! and then there’s the
mtn
biking…

-a

On 10/16/06, Jeremy W. [email protected] wrote:

there, and it was horrible. Have fun at the conference.
Sorry you didn’t like it here. There is a thriving little Ruby
community
though. Three different Ruby brigades, with a total (combined)
attendance
of 35+. By that measure at least, it can’t be all bad. ;^)

On 10/16/06, [email protected] [email protected] wrote:

I wish! :slight_smile: Have a good trip, and enjoy the conference.
That makes two of us… I really regret that I can’t make it this year.

Anyway… +1 on having a good trip and enjoying the conference.

Curt

Nobody wants to buy it and I don’t want to see it wasted.

First person to donate $50 to the Red Cross (and send me a
proof of donation) gets the $125 ticket.

Bill

P.S. How do I sell the ticket anyway? All I have is an e-ticket.

William G. wrote:

Nobody wants to buy it and I don’t want to see it wasted.

First person to donate $50 to the Red Cross (and send me a
proof of donation) gets the $125 ticket.

Bill

P.S. How do I sell the ticket anyway? All I have is an e-ticket.

You have to make sure the RubyConf organizers (i.e. Chad or Rich) know
who is using your ticket so that they are allowed in.


James B.

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