[yapc] armbands Lost *and* Found
cdunigan at doit.wisc.edu
Wed Jun 27 09:24:15 PDT 2007
I have either located both of my armbands, or stolen someone else's
since they are generally available.
Thanks to all who helped. If you think I stole yours, contact me
off-list and we'll work it out.
On Wed, 27 Jun 2007, Jeremy Fluhmann wrote:
> 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.
>> 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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IS Technical Services Specialist
Middleware - EIS - DoIT
University of Wisconsin, Madison
opinions expressed are my own, not the University's
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