Warpstock Social Event almost sold out!
September 09, 2002 by Luc Van Bogaert
If you are interested in some authentic Texas BBQ and rubbing elbows with fellow OS/2 aficionados, then you better hurry to reserve your ticket to the Warpstock 2002 social. Once we have reached our limit no more tickets can be sold. To purchase your ticket to the Warpstock 2002 Social, please refer to the following URL:<http://www.warpstock.org/2002/registration/registration.html#social>
Join your fellow OS/2-eCS users for an evening of socializing, fun, entertainment and Texas Style Barbeque. We'll be having dinner in a Warpstock-only room at the The County Line BBQ. <http://www.countyline.com/index.html> Set in an old lake lodge, the County Line on the Lake is right on Bull Creek just off Lake Austin, and has been well known for years as "The Place" in Austin to take out-of-town guests. Cocktails on the large redwood deck overlooking the water are a must.
We've ordered up a Texas-sized Cadillac platter for everyone - 5 different meats, all genuine Texas style Barbeque. Baked beans, cole slaw and potato salad, round out the menu. We're sorry, no subsitutions and there is no vegetarian platter available. In addition we have live musical entertainment planned.
Bus transportation, with a scenic drive from the Austin Renaissance hotel to the County Line restaurant, and return are included in the price. We require that everyone ride the bus to the event.
To learn the latest information about OS/2 and eComstation, come to Warpstock 2002, which this year is taking place in the home of OS/2 development. Warpstock will take place the weekend of October 5-6, 2002 in Austin, Texas at the Renaissance Austin Hotel. You can find the complete presentation schedule as well as event registration and hotel reservation information at our web site: <http://www.warpstock.org>
Warpstock, Inc., is a North Carolina corporation. The Warpstock annual conference is a gathering of OS/2 users, developers, and vendors from around the world for the purpose of education and advocacy.