A clarification regarding OS2k1?

Randal L. Schwartz merlyn at stonehenge.com
Thu Jul 19 22:20:55 CDT 2001

>>>>> "cabney" == cabney  <cabney at cyberpass.net> writes:

cabney> ~sdpm~
cabney> ... or more specifically, the conference passes we have available to us
cabney> from the link kindly provided:

cabney> 	http://conferences.oreillynet.com/cs/os2001/create/ord_os01

cabney> Only the /keynote/ speeches were mentioned specifically with regard to
cabney> which parts of the conference we may access using this pass. Are other
cabney> sessions also going to be available?

I don't see the word "keynote" on that page.  I do see that you can
make a free "exhibit hall" pass (hall pass, heh) with that page.  Is
that what you're talking about?

If you're talking about a paid pass, then that gets you into the main
conference, including keynotes.

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