Calling all Australian OpenMoko Geeks! PLEASE READ!
Alex (Maxious) Sadleir
maxious at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 13:06:55 CEST 2008
For those like me who were baffled how to actually join:
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On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 2:39 PM, Wilkinson, Alex
<alex.wilkinson at dsto.defence.gov.au> wrote:
> We are trying to create an Oz OpenMoko community.
> All ozzy OpenMoko geeks please join to the "OpenMoko Oz Users list".
> See below!
> Hope to see you there.
> ----- Forwarded message from Msquared <perthmokonut at msquared.id.au> -----
> Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 12:01:06 +0800
> From: Msquared <perthmokonut at msquared.id.au>
> To: OpenMoko Oz Users list <oz-users at lists.openmoko.org.au>
> Subject: [oz-users] Welcome!
> Hello everyone!
> We now have 50 subscribers to this list, so I thought that would be a good
> point at which to welcome you all, and start a round of introductions (see
> next email).
> Welcome to oz-users!
> I'm hosting this list as part of my contribution to the OpenMoko/Neo
> project, and to the Australian OpenMoko/Neo users and interested parties.
> The list is primarily for discussion of OpenMoko and Neo related support
> issues in Australia; while the official OpenMoko website is the best place
> for access to information, sometimes we need a bit more - we need access
> to people close enough to have had similar experiences (eg: using the same
> mobile networks as one another), and sometimes close enough for physical
> access (eg: assistance with technical hardware problems and to un-brick
> This list is also for discussion of other OpenMoko and Neo related issues
> and news, especially anything that is specific to Australia.
> I do ask that we try to stay on-topic as much as possible, but on the
> other hand I'm happy to keep things relatively informal and friendly, so
> I'm not going to complain when the occasional thread strays a little
> off-topic (as we have seen a couple do already!).
> Don't forget that there are many other OpenMoko/Neo resources available,
> especially the OpenMoko community mailing list, the OpenMoko wiki, and
> more. The OpenMoko community is an amazing, sharing, and forward-thinking
> group of people, and I'm proud to be (a small) part of it.
> I hope you all enjoy your stay! :o)
> Regards, Msquared...
> Posted to oz-users at lists.openmoko.org.au
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