VCF-Berlin, 2015

rod rodsmallwood52 at
Thu Oct 29 09:38:28 CDT 2015

Ah Ha!
            So not just me. Liam too. Why would they keep such an event 
Perhaps there is a secret powerful group within the normal computer 
collecting community.
Was it all done by encrypted email, secret signs, or special handshakes?
Are the pictures real or were they done in a film studio?

Did anybody on the list see any posts to the list or was it by 
invitation only?
Did anybody on the list know but were told to keep quiet.

That must be about the worst publicity failure on record.
What the heck happened?

Rod Smallwood

On 29/10/15 14:04, Liam Proven wrote:
> On 28 October 2015 at 08:58, rod <rodsmallwood52 at> wrote:
>> Well they managed to keep that quiet  or I would have gone like a shot.
>> My wife and I go to Germany three or four times a year on holiday.
>> I worked in Germany for a year (1969/70) and speak enough German to get
>> around.
>> So I am totally hacked off that it was a secret closed show and so I never
>> knew about it.
>> I could have been there in less than three hours. door to door.
>> Whoever hid this event form the greater collecting world should be made to
>> key in the PDP8 bootstrap 1024 times!!!
>> Seriously though, it would have been nice to have gone
> I was thinking much the same thing. It's only a train ride for me --
> OK, a long train ride, but still. I even have a few friends in Berlin
> I could have couch-surfed with. :-(

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