Not at all - I'm sure there are plenty of our supporters who may be interested
in hearing about events like this.
----- "Tim Dobson" <li...@tdobson.net> wrote:
> From: "Tim Dobson" <li...@tdobson.net>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Sunday, 7 June, 2009 23:52:12 GMT +00:00 GMT Britain, Ireland, Portugal
> Subject: [Wikimediauk-l] DFEY-NW :: June 13th @ BBC Manchester
> Sorry if this feels a little irrelevant to some of you but it's
> something I feel very strongly about.
> Details for the next DFEY-NW are enclosed... Please forward this to
> anybody or any lists you think might be interested.
> DFEY-NW (Digital Freedom in Education & Youth - North West) is a group
> focusing on young people and issues of freedom in the digital world,
> currently based in the Northwest of England.
> Saturday June 13th 2009 12:30pm -> ~2:00pm
> Drupal Camp UK,
> BBC Manchester, New Broadcasting House, Oxford Road, Manchester, M60 1SJ
> Photo: http://tiny.pl/z7bf
> Map: http://tiny.pl/z7b1
> Nearest train station: Manchester Oxford Road (3 mins walking distance)
> Due to BBC restrictions, you need to tell us if you wish to attend:
> or email us on t...@nw.dfey.org.
> Drupal Camp UK
> This is a special meeting taking place as a side session from Drupal
> Camp UK, which will be happening in the BBC at the same time. This will
> allow us to share their hospitality for lunch at about 1pm.
> DFEY-NW Open Session at Drupalcamp-UK
> DFEY-NW will be an open discussion for anyone to voice their
> opinions, and to hear the views of other young people on various issues
> relating to technology. It would also be interesting to discuss how to
> get more young people into technology using Drupal.
> This will take place sometime on Saturday afternoon, and is open to all
> those attending Drupal Camp UK.
> In case you need it, here's some contact information:
> Tim's mobile: 07922334403
> Email: t...@nw.dfey.org
> DFEY-NW Community:
> Mailing list:
> #dfey on irc.freenode.net
> Identi.ca & Twitter:
> #dfey & #dfeynw
> If each of us have one object, and we exchange them, then each of us
> still has one object.
> If each of us have one idea, and we exchange them, then each of us now
> has two ideas. - George Bernard Shaw
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