[svlug] BALUG Mtg. Tomorrow 3/18 PHP w/Rasmus Lerdorf in SF

Marc MERLIN marc_news at merlins.org
Mon Mar 17 13:07:23 PST 2003


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BALUG meeting Tue 03-18-2003 at 6:45 PM.  
RSVP ASAP at http://www.balug.org/meetReg.html
BALUG - Feeding penguins since 1994!

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Join us on Tuesday March 18th for an outstanding banquet with
subsequent meeting to be held at the venerable FOUR SEAS RESTAURANT in
the heart of San Francisco's historic Chinatown.   Bring
your Family and Friends for this Unique Linux Enabled Event!

RSVP at http://www.balug.org/meetReg.html

Featured Speaker:

The most Famous of Danes - the man who Invented PHP!

Please join us and let's have a big crowd for Rasmus Lerdorf. If you've
been living under a rock and dunno who he is, well, he invented PHP, the
coolest and most readable serverside language to tweak HTML pages with.
Originally "Personal Home Page" but it does a lot more than that now -
and is still usable by the ordinary Joe. It long ago left that ASP stuff
behind in its space dust - it's become part of other buzzwords. Foo, I
should stop talking about it and simply encourage you to come hear
Rasmus instead. Rasmus works at Yahoo pushing code around the cafeteria
with a broom

Four Seas Restaurant
731 Grant Street
San Francisco, California 94108

The Four Seas will host us in the upstairs banquet room, seating is
limited to 300 so please make your reservations early and insure
priority seating.  A reservation will assure your seat at
this gala event!  As usual, libation is available and with enough
reservations we can get the banquet room bar opened.  The Four Seas
banquet room is accessed from a staircase at the rear of the restaurant
lounge.  (look for the Linux User Group sign)  Dinner is $10.00 per
person, if you choose not to dine with us, a small donation to help
cover meeting costs is appreciated.  We start promptly at 7:00 PM, doors
open at 6:30.

Directions and Information

Parking Secrets!  (NEW BETTER DIRECTIONS)

Contrary to FUD-   If you get to the area around 6:30 PM parking is
actually very easy to find.  Otherwise we recommend parking at the city
garage located at Kearny and Commercial- directly across from the
Chinatown Holiday Inn.  It will cost $5.00. 

FROM THE SOUTH - 101 to 280 to the Embarcadero, left on 3rd street. 
Cross Market St. (you are now on Kearny), go about 8 blocks- look for
Commercial, stay on left- pull into parking garage directly across from
Chinatown Holiday Inn.  The Four Seas is one block up and on your left
on Grant St.

FROM THE EAST - Get to 3rd street heading North towards Market Street. 
Cross Market St. (you are now on Kearny), go about 8 blocks- look for
Commercial, stay on left- pull into parking garage directly across from
Chinatown Holiday Inn.  The Four Seas is one block up and on your left
on Grant St.

FROM THE NORTH - 101 to Lombard to Van Ness, (L)eft on Broadway. 
(R)ight on Columbus, stay left- pass Kearny.  You COULD park on your
immediate left in the parking garage (Note:  best place in the area to
find parking on Chinese New Year) or continue to Montgomery, (R)ight on
California, (R)ight on Kearny look for Commercial, stay on left- pull
into parking garage directly across from Chinatown Holiday Inn.  The
Four Seas is one block up and on your left on Grant St.


In addition to being a fun,
creative and knowledgeable group, the dinner alone is easily the best
chow deal in the city.  Speakers, door prizes and other additional late
breaking stuff can be found at www.balug.org.

Vendor Table Info

BALUG encourages Linux related vendors to set up tables.  Please contact
balrsvp at balug.org for information on setting up a table.
  



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