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From: Kevin Bowling <>
To: Clem Cole <>
Cc: The Eunuchs Hysterical Society <>,
	"cc: Robert Schmuck" <>,
	Stephen Jones <>,
	Aaron Alcorn <>,
	USENIX Board <>
Subject: Re: [TUHS] UNIX 50th at USENIX ATC
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2019 10:25:30 -0700
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The conference looks supremely uninteresting outside one WAFL talk to me.
Is there a way to participate without attending Usenix ATC?

On Sun, Jun 9, 2019 at 3:33 PM Clem Cole <> wrote:

> Sorry for the long delay on this notice, but until this weekend there were
> still a few things to iron out before I made a broad announcement.
> First, I want to thank the wonderful folks at the Living Computers Museum
> and Labs <> who are set up to host an event
> at their museum for our members on the evening of July 10, which is during
> the week of USENIX ATC.   To quote an email from their Curator, Aaron
> Alcorn: "*an easy-going members events with USENIX attendees as their
> special invited guests.*"    As Aaron suggested, this event will just be
> computer people and computers, which seems fitting and a good match ;-)
> Our desire is to have as many of the old and new 'UNIX folks' at this
> event as possible and we can share stories of how our community got to
> where we are.  Please spread the word, since we want to get as many people
> coming and sharing as we can.  BTW:  The Museum is hoping to have their
> refurbished PDP-7 running by that date.   A couple of us on this list will
> be bringing a kit of SW in the hopes that we can boot Unix V0!!
> Second, USENIX BOD will provide us a room at ATC all week long to set up
> equipment and show off some things our community has done in the past.  I
> have been in contact with some of you offline and will continue to do so.
> There should be some smaller historical systems that people will bring
> (plus connections to the LCM's systems via the Internet, of course) and
> there will be some RPi's running different emulators.
> I do hope that both the event and the computer room should be fun for all.
> Thanks,
> Clem Cole

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2019-06-09 22:32 Clem Cole
2019-06-11 17:25 ` Kevin Bowling [this message]
2019-06-11 18:45 Norman Wilson
2019-06-13 17:57 ` Ken Thompson via TUHS

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