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Mozilla.party 2.0 Tomorrow in San Francisco!

Wednesday March 31st, 1999

For all of you on the West coast, this is just a reminder that Mozilla's first anniversary party is tomorrow. Click here for details and directions. If you take a camera, send us pictures and we'll post them here.

Sorry we can't make it. Maybe when we actually have some disposable income.

Hope y'all have fun!


#1 Re:Mozilla.party 2.0 Tomorrow in San Francisco!

by Adhitya Chittur <PyroGuy83@geocities.com>

Wednesday March 31st, 1999 9:03 PM

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Any of you with disposable income wanna courier me a plane ticket from LaGuardia NY to San Fransisco tomorrow early morning? I'd be happy to get to CA and see what goes on inside those pot heads...:-)..email me at <PyroGuy83@geocities.com> if you can actually do this....

#2 Re: Mozilla.party 2.0 Tomorrow in San Francisco!

by zontar

Wednesday March 31st, 1999 11:30 PM

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While you're passing out those tickets, send me one for Tri-Cities (TN) to SF...

Ah well, I can always dream can't I? Hope a good time is had by all.

Cheers,

Z.

#3 Re:Mozilla.party 2.0 Tomorrow in San Francisco!

by theurl <adamhicks@wbc.edu>

Thursday April 1st, 1999 12:23 AM

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Mozilla partygoers could play "Pin the Tail on the Donkey" for entertainment, but pasting Bill Gates to the wall would be kind of tough. =)

#4 Re:Mozilla.party 2.0 Tomorrow in San Francisco!

by Adhitya Chittur <PyroGuy83@geocities.com>

Thursday April 1st, 1999 10:39 PM

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I say we nail Bill Gates to the wall instead of just pasting him!

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by menelik

Friday April 2nd, 1999 2:33 AM

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Hope the party turns to be well.

I am sorry I missed it. Maybe next year.

#6 Re:Mozilla.party 2.0 Tomorrow in San Francisco!

by Zach Copley <snatcher@pigdog.org>

Monday April 5th, 1999 12:56 AM

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Well, I went. I gotta say that although it was still fun it wasn't anywhere near as good as last year's dot party. There wasn't as much energy. Nobody walking around in dinosaur costumes. Not as many people. A lot of people there didn't even know anything about Mozilla. No scrolling source code on the walls. I think it reflected JWZ's mood at the time. It was sad.