Don't you mean " I hope to see all of you there."
On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 2:44 PM, David Friggens <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> If you're not willing to provide even your name to make use of a free
>> service, then I dare say you are erecting your own barriers. Such is your
>> choice, of course, but I don't think others need to be compelled
>> to accommodate the barriers you create for yourself.
>> your liking, does not mean you're not welcome to use it. You are.
> "To all the people complaining about the Code4Lib 2014 conference
> being unwelcoming because of our new No Clothes Policy, I say you are
> wrong. We are entitled to enact our own conditions of entry, and if
> you are unwilling to front up naked then you are just erecting your
> own barriers. The conference is open and welcome to all - I hope to
> see you there."
> A different post mentioned namespace collisions - I actually don't
> suffer from this, and because of my unique name I sometimes prefer not
> to hand it over in certain circumstances (but GitHub wouldn't worry
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