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[SLUG] [Semi-OT] - Australian Wireless Association Forum Invitation
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- Subject: [SLUG] [Semi-OT] - Australian Wireless Association Forum Invitation
- From: "Craig Mead" <craig.mead@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu May 16 08:58:02 2002
Good news! The Australian Wireless Association is holding its first
community wireless forum.
On Sunday the 26th of May from 2pm until 5pm, there will be a forum
discussing the who, what, when, where, and how of the Australian Wireless
After the initial presentation, the discussion will be opened to all
attending for a Q&A session with the committee of the association.
The forum will be held at the Eastwood Uniting Church, Lakeside Road,
Eastwood, NSW. A map is available at
Entry will be by gold coin donation to help cover costs, with a lucky door
prize being drawn at 4:00pm. Additional donations are most welcome, and
refreshments will be available during the forum.
If you wish to attend, please fill out the poll located on the front page of
If you would like any more information on the forum, please contact us at
We hope to see you on the day!
Regards, Craig Mead
Australian Wireless Association
Who is the Australian Wireless Association?
The Australian Wireless Association has been formed from the merging of two
Sydney community wireless networking groups, for the purpose of making life
easier for community wireless networks around Australia by being a hub of
information between community wireless networks, vendors, government, and
the wireless industry. The association is non-commercial, and non-profit.
What are Community Wireless Networks?
Community Wireless Networks are independent networks built by members of the
community to allow interconnection of computers in the community using
wireless technology rather than the Internet.