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Given:

Ada Core Technologies (ACT) actively develops GNAT only for supported
platforms/customers.

ACT is actively developing GNAT for Linux.

Therefore:

ACT has a paying customer for GNAT on Linux.

Question:

Who are you?  What are you doing?  Could you write a paper and maybe present
it at like..oh..I don't know..a LinuxWorld Conference or something?  :-)

Marc

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dale Jr, William [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2000 12:36 PM
> To:   [log in to unmask]
> Subject:      LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Show Management - New York 2001
> Even t
>
> To the TEAM:
>
> I pass this along to the TEAM as a invite to get Ada on the map in the
> LINUX
> arena.  I have been unable to get any interest or support for the San Jose
> LinuxWorld Conference to be held next week but the East Coast conference
> may
> get support from Europe as New York is a shorter hop than San Jose.
>
> =====================================================
>
> This message is brought to you by LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Show
> Management.
> Your privacy is very important to us.
> Your e-mail address will not be given out to any third parties.
> ____________________________________________________________
>
> LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Announces Call for Papers for New York 2001
> Event
>
> LinuxWorld Conference & Expo
> January 30 - February 2, 2001
> Jacob Javits Convention Center
> New York, NY
>
> IDG World Expo announces its call for papers for the fifth LinuxWorld
> Conference & Expo to be held January 30 - February 2, 2001 in New York,
> NY.
> Linux industry leaders and innovators will have the opportunity to present
> their experiences and knowledge during the winter LinuxWorld Conference &
> Expo.
>
> WHO
> Experts, developers and users of Linux or Open Source software.
>
> WHAT
> Speakers are asked to discuss and comment on developments, trends, and the
> future of Open Source Software and Linux technology.  Topics are open and
> IDG invites all inquires.
>
> General Sessions are divided into the following tracks:
> - Kernel/Cluster
> - User Interfaces
> - Perl/PHP/Python (Scripting)
> - System Administration
> - ASP/Web Serving
> - Business/Legal Issues
>
> WHY
> Drawing more than 15,000+ attendees, LinuxWorld Conference & Expo is the
> premiere event promoting the exchange of ideas among members of the Linux
> community.  The upcoming LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, in New York, NY
> from
> January 30 - February 2, 2001, once again, is looking for speakers with
> extensive Linux experience and background.
>
> HOW
> Interested speakers can submit a proposal form online at
> http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/papers.html.
>
> DEADLINE
> August 25, 2000 is the deadline to submit all proposals.
>
> Additional information on LinuxWorld Conference & Expo can be found at
> http://www.linuxworldexpo.com
>
>
> William L. Dale
> Just my own ideas - not LM, SSC, SSO ideas or policy.
> Lockheed Martin, Space Systems Company,
> Missiles & Space -Sunnyvale Operations
> mailto:[log in to unmask]

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