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You absolutely can.  It'll be after GECCO meetings and is totally
informal.

Sean

On Jun 21, 2005, at 5:04 PM, Randy Latimer wrote:

> Sean - let me know if this is something I could come to.
> Thanks, Randy Latimer
>
>> Mark you calendars for next Monday!  We're hoping to release a major
>> upgrade to ECJ prior to GECCO, and may soon have a new version of
>> MASON
>> as well.  As part of the release, I thought we might have a first-ever
>> ECJ and MASON user's meeting.
>>
>> What:   ECJ user's get-together (the toolkit, not the journal)
>> Also:   MASON users (the toolkit, not the university :-)
>>
>> When:   Monday, July 27, in the 6-6:30 time range.
>>
>> Where:  GECCO 2005, meeting location (likely dinner) at this point
>> undefined.
>>                 I will post a final announcement on the conference's
>> message board
>>                 and send a revised email message.
>>
>> As past GECCO attendees well know :-) I have a reputation for finding
>> good restaurants.  And DC is my turf!  So if you're an ECJ/MASON user,
>> come have fun.  We'll talk for a while about where ECJ's going, what
>> you'd like to see in it, and grab a bite to eat.
>>
>> Sean
>>

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