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Re: [Cif2-encoding] Skype conference call 8:45 am EDT,Thursday 30 September 2010

Dear Herbert

I now have a Skype ID, but dont have the hardware yet (webcam... nor microphone/speakers come to think of it!)
I'll see if I can get setup in time, but if not I hope you can make some progress...



From: Herbert J. Bernstein <yaya@bernstein-plus-sons.com>
To: Group for discussing encoding and content validation schemes for CIF2 <cif2-encoding@iucr.org>
Sent: Wednesday, 29 September, 2010 15:16:24
Subject: [Cif2-encoding] Skype conference call 8:45 am EDT, Thursday 30 September 2010

Dear Colleagues,

  James and I are going to try a Skype conference call at 10:45 pm
(22:45) AEST, 8:45 am EDT on Thursday, 30 September 2010.  All are welcome
to join in.

  If you wish to join, please email me your skype ID today.  I will
originate the call, which will be voice only (a skype constraint on
conference calls).  My skype id is yayahjb.  I'll keep my email open
during the call, so if you just manage to get into Skype last minute
either send me a Skype chat and/or an email with your skype id and
I'll try to add you to the conference call.  If everything else fails,
the land line I will be at is 1-631-286-1339, but that is just to
try to coordinate things.  I cannot cross-connect the landline to the
skype conference.

  The call will have to end by 9:45 am EDT so I can go teach a class.


For those in England, 8:45 am EDT is 13:35 BST (12:45 GMT)
  Herbert J. Bernstein, Professor of Computer Science
    Dowling College, Kramer Science Center, KSC 121
        Idle Hour Blvd, Oakdale, NY, 11769


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