[Biogeosdi] Fwd: Auto-discard notification
Javier de la Torre
jatorre at gmail.com
Thu Feb 22 16:26:33 CET 2007
Hey Pete, could you send your emails from the account you subscribed
with? If not they get rejected and I have to resend them to the list.
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> From: biogeosdi-bounces at lists.tdwg.org
> Date: 22 de febrero de 2007 10:58:29 GMT+01:00
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> Subject: Auto-discard notification
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> From: Peter Brewer <p.w.brewer at reading.ac.uk>
> Date: 22 de febrero de 2007 10:58:32 GMT+01:00
> To: biogeosdi at lists.tdwg.org
> Subject: Re: [Biogeosdi] Re: biogeosdi Digest, Vol 3, Issue 7
> I can confirm that Tim actually runs on rocket fuel. You can
> however use this
> to your advantage if you wear roller blades and put a lead on him.
> worry about the hike - I'll be going too and I *MUST* be less fit
> than you!!!
> See you in sun.
> On Thursday 22 February 2007 08:59, Meganck Bart wrote:
>> Hi Tim,
>> In answer to your message about after-workshop activities :
>> I planned for some free time after the workshop - Brazil is a long
>> way from Europe, after all. So, yes, I'd be interested in the
>> "hike", as
>> long as it is suited for an average after-winter desk-job person's
>> physical condition. You're not by any chance a marathon athlete, are
>> you ? ;-)
>> Minas Gerais is very nice, from everything I hear.
>> Bart Meganck,
>> ICT & GIS engineer,
>> African Zoology Department.
>> Royal Museum for Central Africa,
>> Leuvensesteenweg 13,
>> B-3080 Tervuren,
>> Tel : +32(0)2 769 56 92
>> Fax : +32(0)2 767 02 42
>> Email : bart.meganck at africamuseum.be
>> Website : www.africamuseum.be
>> Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 09:20:55 -0300
>> From: "Tim Sutton" <tim at linfiniti.com>
>> Subject: Re: [Biogeosdi] workshop
>> To: "Javier de la Torre" <jatorre at gmail.com>
>> Cc: p.w.brewer at reading.ac.uk, Cria Admin <cria_adm at cria.org.br>,
>> biogeosdi at lists.tdwg.org
>> <d368056f0702190420q176154d1lec3cf841b6b3651c at mail.gmail.com>
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>> Hi all
>> Just a quick note regarding post hackfest activities. We are putting
>> together a few options based on the assumption that you want to do
>> some visiting of places of natural beauty and environmental interest.
>> I will get more details later but if you are booking a flight bear in
>> mind that my options will include:
>> A 1 day visit to somewhere nice with a hike & lunch (packed or at a
>> A 2 or 3 day hike with overnight camping (you will need to bring
>> & sleeping bags & hiking boots). Hopefully from Extrema, Minas Gerais
>> to Monte Verde, Minas Gerais.
>> How much interest is there in the latter option running fri, sat (and
>> sun if 3 day hike). In the case of doing a 3 day hike you would need
>> to book your flight for the monday. Assuming that not everyone can
>> stay that long we could split into two groups and offer day outing
>> those on a tighter time budget and multiday outing for those with a
>> bit more time.
>> I will get more details to you as they become available but it
>> will be
>> helpfull to know who wants to do what and also to book your flights
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