[announce] This year's holiday party

NYC*BUG Announcements announce at lists.nycbug.org
Wed Nov 20 20:23:38 EST 2013

As some of you know already, this year NYC*BUG will join with other
technical user groups in New York and host another huge holiday party.

*  There will be no December meeting.

*  The January meeting will be held on January 8, not January 1.

It is a good idea to RSVP as stated in the announce.  As in years past,
we should expect to hit capacity limits.

December 9, Monday - The Annual NYC Tech Meta-Party
7 PM til ?, Suspenders Bar


NYC technical user groups are joining forces to hold another holiday
party to remember!

Groups include:

    DebianNYC (New York Debian Local Group)
    DrupalNYC (Drupal New York City)
    Erlang NYC (Erlang New York City)
    Lopsa-NY (League of Professional System Administrators New York Chapter)
    LispNYC (New York City Lisp User Group)
    NYC*BUG (New York City *BSD User Group)
    NYC-Clojure (NYC Clojure Users Group)
    nycdevops (New York City Devops Meetup Group)
    NYC-OCaml (The NYC OCaml Meetup)
    NY-Haskell (New York Haskell Users Group)
    NY-Scala (New York Scala)
    PuppetNYC (New York Puppet User Group)
    SFLC (Software Freedom Law Center)
    TA3M (Techo Activist Third Mondays)
    UNIGROUP (New York City's Unix User's Group)

Everyone of all types of expertise and interests are welcome. The party
starts at 7 PM and will continue until at least 10 PM. It is the ideal
networking opportunity of the season, and a chance to connect with old
friends and make new ones.

Our generous sponsors are covering drinks and hors d'oeuvres for the
evening. The current list of sponsors includes:

    New York Internet
    Prentice Hall (Inform IT)
    Brandorr Group
    Oracle Solaris

Additional sponsors are welcome to join in and show their support for
New York City's technical community. Contact us at brian.gupta AT
brandorr.com and/or george AT nycbug.org

Help us make the 2013 holiday party a success!

Be sure to RSVP to ensure your entry into this popular event by emailing
to rsvp at nycbug.org. For each person attending, they need to RSVP with
their own email address.

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