Dan Langille dan at
Fri Feb 20 07:48:11 PST 2009

Gonzalo Nemmi wrote:
> On Friday 13 February 2009 10:59:25 am Sdävtaker wrote:
>> I checked your site, i like it, easy to read, easy to navigate.
>> I forwaded it to the other guys in organization here so they can see it.
>> :-) Damian
>> On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 04:30, TooMany Secrets <toomany at> wrote:
>>> On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 12:45 AM, Sdävtaker <sdavtaker at> wrote:
>>>> Until now, only Brazil had BSDDay before, Argentina is second country
>>>> doing it and someone got the .com domain to try centralize the event
>>>> and set more places for the coming years.
>>> It isn't exactly a "BSDDay", but the last year (2008) I hold the first
>>> BSDConf'08 in Barcelona, Spain.
>>> As I am just riding the event, I do not think I can do this year. But
>>> I'm starting to move and try to celebrate it again next year.
>>> Here you are the site of the event:
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>>> disgustos."
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> Hi there Damian.
> May I ask what guys in organization are you talking about?
> Who's behind it?
> Who's doing the "talks and presentations"?
> Who'll be reviewing the papers sent in?
> Are you a just a group of people?
> Do you guys have a legal status in Argentina (association/foundation)?
> Are you related to some institution (University perhaps?)?
> Do you guys, as a group/association/foundation have an official web page or 
> something to get a reference from you?
> Are you guys, in any way, related to Bizarre Design 
> (, who claims to have "Designed & Developed" 
> on the page but failed to mention who are the copyright holders of every 
> single logo on the page they "Designed & Developed" (excep for the BSDday 
> logo) ... unless they are the copyright holders of puffy, bestie, the FreeBSD 
> horny ball, fred and the netbsd flag logo and everything I know is just 
> wrong :s )?
> Are you guys, related to ?
> I'm asking because it's already been a week and a half and the site still 
> remains operational, and in the same situation ... that is, with no info at 
> all ... :s

Wow, give the guys a break.  And give them credit too: they've taken the 
first step.

The event is two months away.  Sometimes, things take time.  Patience pays.

Dan Langille

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