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Cambridge FreeBSD/Apache meet
On March 7 2003 the Bloke and I went to Cambridge for a joint Apache and FreeBSD pubmeet. We went on to a party at Relativity and finally fell into our sleeping bags just before 3am. Here is the photographic evidence... The full set are unindexed here.


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We were drinking Black Dog by the jug. It's a very pleasant mild.

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Bloke, James and Mark.

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Dave and Fanf.

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Sian, Matt and Noodles.

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Ben helps himself to more beer.

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Bloke. This is how I see him when I am drunk.

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We tried to assemble the barmats into a picture, but we were missing a piece. I drew the mouth and chest.

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When we found the missing piece (after touring all the tables) the mouth was more smiley, but the chest was quite similar.

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Colin, Fanf's flatmate.

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James returned and said that the last train hadn't run. We pointed out that even if no late train ran as advertised, he had still missed the last one.

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Ian, host with the most. Isn't he lovely?

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Ginger people Noodles and Colin, looking chirpy.

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Fanf, Ben, Matt and Dave in the kitchen of Relativity.


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Noodles has just told Matt that he is happy to nail his cock to the floor. Apparently this topic of conversation was my fault, but Noodles seemed keenest.


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James, geeking outside the kitchen, looking vague.


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Simon Tatham, who invented PuTTY. All hail!





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