1993-03-16 - volunteers and standards

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From: Al Whaley <Al.Whaley@sunnyside.com>
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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Message ID: <199303160532.AA19680@snyside.sunnyside.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1993-03-16 05:33:28 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 15 Mar 93 21:33:28 PST

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From: Al Whaley <Al.Whaley@sunnyside.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 93 21:33:28 PST
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: volunteers and standards
Message-ID: <199303160532.AA19680@snyside.sunnyside.com>
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I apologize for sending this broadly for it will not apply to
most of you who work with and understand the meaning of

If a person sticks his/her neck out to let you volunteer for
a desirable  event, and you don't hold up your end of the
bargain, you can expect your own treatment back in the

Anyone wanting to receive a scholarship or volunteer for the
Computers, Freedom and Privacy '94 conference should please
contact George Trubow at g.trubow@compmail.com
He'll also have  a WELL account soon. I suggest that he's
not facile with email yet, so you're welcome to copy me
with your notes and I'll also make sure he gets them for now.

Despite  controversy about its cost, it will continue to
cost about the same amount next year as this year, with
the probable exception of adding student rates (yes, you'll
have to be full time at some school/university/college).


Al Whaley        al@sunnyside.com       +1-415 322-5411(Tel), -6481 (Fax)
Sunnyside Computing, Inc., PO Box 299, Palo Alto, CA 94302