[Haifux] Entry Permission Form
leon at leon.nu
Mon Dec 24 22:54:02 MSK 2007
OK, Let's try this way
Nir Abulaffio wrote:
> I wish to thank Leon for the service he offered. I used the service about
> 5 times this year and I am really grateful. This monday 17/12/07 I asked
> for a permit (for Eli's lecture). I am sorry to admit that for the first
> time I didn't use it because I came with someone who has a fixed entry
> permit (my car broke down on that morning).
> It would be great if we had a free pass, it could be set-up for every
> monday from 18:15 to 20:00. possibly with a notification message from
> someone (in the technion) every monday if there a lecture or not.
> Thank you again for the efforts.
> Nir Abulaffio | University of Haifa, Computer Center
> Network Engineer | Mount Carmel,Haifa 31905
> | tel:+972-4-8240728 fax:+972-4-8249177
> On Wed, 19 Dec 2007, Orr Dunkelman wrote:
>> I think that the next dates are fixed:
>> 24/12 - Linux premier
>> 7/1 - advanced networking
>> 21/1 - crawlers
>> It is also a good incentive to keep the lectures at standard dates :)
>> On Dec 19, 2007 9:02 PM, Leon Romanovsky <leon at leon.nu> wrote:
>>> Hello again,
>>> As a follow up to previous mail,
>>> I talked with Kabat's office and they suggested new way of our
>>> communication. Instead registration, they agreed to allow vehicle entry
>>> to everyone coming to lecture without any registration.The problem is
>>> that we need provide schedule for a number of weeks before with their
>>> Is it possible to us be more responsible with schedule ?
>>> Leon Romanovsky
>>> "Change is inevitable; progress is optional".
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>> Orr Dunkelman,
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