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This note is just to confirm that LD2 did talk with me, and I suggested that she post the above.

In general, given that I have only sporadic network access, it is easier if people figure out where and when it would be convenient for me to be and tell me about it than it is for me to try to be heavily involved in planning. So I will be wandering around coastal CA from late this month through June 20. I intend to go north fairly fast (eg the Silicon Valley PM meeting on June 3), I have some personal stuff a bit farther north than that, and then I will work my way down the coast. I intend to wind up with about a week in the LA area. Other details are non-existent at this time. (So why not invent some? :-)

Update (much later): Limbic~Region pointed out that I had LD2's gender wrong. Yeah, brain fart on my part.

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