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On Sat, May 10, 2003 at 10:03:05AM -0700, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> On Sat 10 May 03,  9:58 AM, Paul Miller <pmiller@innercite.com> opined:
> > The decision makers who come to a government tech conference are=20
> > noticably more dressed up than the typical tech conference.  It=20
> > wouldn't hurt to have someone in the booth wear a tie.  But of course=
> > if others don't wear a tie that person will be assumed to be=20
> > management.
> that's a very good point.  of course, real hackers are expected to be
> tshirt and jeans kind of people.  maybe a good thing to do would be to
> have a mix of the two dress styles...   :)

  I'm not expecting to dress up very much for this event... based on
hearing about this thread from Bill I was thinking about wearing one=20
of my tie-dye t-shirts.=20

  I don't want to enforce any dress code... but it would be a good idea
not to wear a suit (you will look out of place in a Users Group booth).

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