[yapc] Lost and Found?

Jeremy Fluhmann fluhmann at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 06:52:53 PDT 2007

The ticket booth, just outside the Houston room is open all day today and
will serve as the lost and found.  If you've lost something, please come see
us and we will take your name and description of the item.  We will return
lost items as they turn up at the booth.


On 6/27/07, Brad Oaks <bradoaks at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've found a laser pointer that was left in the area outside the
> Houston Room at the end of the day yesterday.  I didn't want to try to
> find its owner during the dinner last night for fear Uri would auction
> it off. :)
> If there's an obvious YAPC "front desk" this morning near the Houston
> Room, I'll place it with them.  If you lost the pointer and are
> reading this, email me off list so we can catch up.
> --bradoaks
> On 6/27/07, Craig Dunigan <cdunigan at doit.wisc.edu> wrote:
> > Seeing that my question on the Wiki is yet unanswered, I thought I'd
> > repost it here.  Is there a formal procedure for finding lost items?
> > I've misplaced a pair of armbands (white plastic, black elastic,
> > "Bandit" logo on the plastic) used for tendonitis.  Anyone seen them,
> > or can you direct me to the formal means to recover them?
> >
> > --
> > Craig Dunigan
> > IS Technical Services Specialist
> > Middleware - EIS - DoIT
> > University of Wisconsin, Madison
> >
> > opinions expressed are my own, not the University's
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