[nycbug-talk] WWDC representation for NYCBUG

mikel king mikel.king
Mon Jun 21 11:06:37 EDT 2004

Bob Ippolito wrote:

> I'm attending WWDC later this month (28th-2nd), and I know a lot of 
> you own or maintain Apple gear, so I was wondering if there are any 
> pressing questions or issues that you all have that I can take with me 
> to San Fran.  I'm quasi-officially representing the MacPython 
> community on my ticket, but I'm sure I could be of some service to the 
> local BSD community as well.
> As the title suggests, this is a developers conference, so I will be 
> speaking with mostly engineers.  Questions and comments about Apple's 
> legal/political stance do not apply.  Also, it should be obvious that 
> it's hardly even worth asking questions about Apple's future plans 
> (beyond the Tiger release, anyway).  You've got a full week to come up 
> with stuff, so take your time.  If it's about a technical issue please 
> do a little research first (Google is your friend?) to make sure that 
> we're not asking for answers already available.
> Additionally, since I am and will be under NDA, I may not be able to 
> completely answer all inquiries immediately upon my return as some of 
> the information may be dependent on information Apple has not yet made 
> public which I will not legally be allowed to disclose.   However, I 
> assure you that questions asked and comments raised are better than 
> those never heard :)
> -bo
> b
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dhcp...For some reason I have had a lot of trouble with dhcp on 10.2 and 
10.3...workstations intermittently pickup and drop their settings. Most 
of my clients are mixed pc and mac, and it is always the macs giving 
trouble with the dhcp services. I gotten into the habit of using fixed 
ip on the macs cause they just refuse to cooperate.

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