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Date: Tue Jul 24 2001 - 02:21:13 PDT

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    Join IBM and SDForum for a morning on Open Source and Linux. This seminar
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    * Keynote - Open Source Speaker: Brian Behlendorf
        President and Co-founder, The Apache Software Foundation
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