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proselytizing the License List

Jilayne Lovejoy <jilayne.lovejoy@...>
 


I was due to post a blog entry, so thought I'd take the opportunity to do a little proselytizing :)



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Special SPDX Adoption Meeting on Thursday - PLEASE READ

kate.stewart@...
 

Just talked to Phil and he asked me to to clarify,  meeting is on THURSDAY, not Wednesday as in original title.  Apologies for the confusion.

Kate


--- On Fri, 3/23/12, Philip Odence <podence@...> wrote:

From: Philip Odence <podence@...>
Subject: Special SPDX Adoption Meeting on Wednesday - PLEASE READ
To: "spdx@..." <spdx@...>, "spdx-tech@..." <spdx-tech@...>, "spdx-legal@..." <spdx-legal@...>, "spdx-biz@..." <spdx-biz@...>
Date: Friday, March 23, 2012, 2:03 PM

NOTE WE WILL BE USING A DIFFERENT DIAL IN FOR THIS MEEING

Meeting Time: Thurs, March 29, 8am PDT / 10 am CDT / 11am EDT / 15:00 UTC. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Conf call dial-in:
Conference code:  7812589502
Toll-free dial-in number (U.S. and Canada):  (877) 435-0230
International dial-in number: (253) 336-6732
For those dialing in from other regions, a list of toll free numbers can be found: 
https://www.intercallonline.com/portlets/scheduling/viewNumbers/viewNumber.do?ownerNumber=6053870&audioType=RP&viewGa=false&ga=OFF

IMPORTANT

Kim is out next week, so in the time normally reserved for the Business Team meeting, we will have a dedicated discussion about an important topic that came up in the General Meeting: Adoption of SPDX. I encourage members of all teams to attend, if possible.

Before the upcoming public gatherings at which we will be presenting SPDX Collaboration Summit and the Forum, we want to get as much alignment as possible on the way we will talk about adoption and the SPDX roadmap. A couple specifics we discussed in the Thursday call:
  • While we all feel that V1.0 is a great step forward, some companies are feeling like they can not adopt SPDX until the 2.0 release which will add hierarchy and signing capability.
  • There's been a lot of discussion over the last few months in the Business and Tech Teams about backward compatibility. In any development process, this requirement is a constraint on the next release. On the other hand, adopters of software (and specs) want the future comfort of a dedication to backward compatibility. For a variety of reasons, there has been a ton of great work, but little production adoption of 1.0. With 2.0 slated for release in August (fingers crossed), it's reasonable to revisit how strongly we want to emphasize backward compatibility.
Should be a very interesting discussion and an important one to air before the upcoming meetings. An hour is short, so I don't expect detailed resolution, but we can make progress in that direction and get gauge sufficient to help speakers at the events represent the organization.

Best to all,
Phil

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Re: Special SPDX Adoption Meeting on Wednesday - PLEASE READ

Kevin P. Fleming <kpfleming@...>
 

On 03/23/2012 02:03 PM, Philip Odence wrote:
*NOTE WE WILL BE USING A DIFFERENT DIAL IN FOR THIS MEEING*
*
*
*Meeting Time:* Thurs, March 29, 8am PDT / 10 am CDT / 11am EDT /
15:00 UTC. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
This message's subject says Wednesday, but the content says Thursday.

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Special SPDX Adoption Meeting on Wednesday - PLEASE READ

Philip Odence
 

NOTE WE WILL BE USING A DIFFERENT DIAL IN FOR THIS MEEING

Meeting Time: Thurs, March 29, 8am PDT / 10 am CDT / 11am EDT / 15:00 UTC. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Conf call dial-in:
Conference code:  7812589502
Toll-free dial-in number (U.S. and Canada):  (877) 435-0230
International dial-in number: (253) 336-6732
For those dialing in from other regions, a list of toll free numbers can be found: 
https://www.intercallonline.com/portlets/scheduling/viewNumbers/viewNumber.do?ownerNumber=6053870&audioType=RP&viewGa=false&ga=OFF

IMPORTANT

Kim is out next week, so in the time normally reserved for the Business Team meeting, we will have a dedicated discussion about an important topic that came up in the General Meeting: Adoption of SPDX. I encourage members of all teams to attend, if possible.

Before the upcoming public gatherings at which we will be presenting SPDX Collaboration Summit and the Forum, we want to get as much alignment as possible on the way we will talk about adoption and the SPDX roadmap. A couple specifics we discussed in the Thursday call:
  • While we all feel that V1.0 is a great step forward, some companies are feeling like they can not adopt SPDX until the 2.0 release which will add hierarchy and signing capability.
  • There's been a lot of discussion over the last few months in the Business and Tech Teams about backward compatibility. In any development process, this requirement is a constraint on the next release. On the other hand, adopters of software (and specs) want the future comfort of a dedication to backward compatibility. For a variety of reasons, there has been a ton of great work, but little production adoption of 1.0. With 2.0 slated for release in August (fingers crossed), it's reasonable to revisit how strongly we want to emphasize backward compatibility.
Should be a very interesting discussion and an important one to air before the upcoming meetings. An hour is short, so I don't expect detailed resolution, but we can make progress in that direction and get gauge sufficient to help speakers at the events represent the organization.

Best to all,
Phil

L. Philip Odence
Vice President of Business Development
Black Duck Software, Inc.
8 New England Executive Park, Suite 211, Burlington MA 01803
Phone: 781.810.1819, Mobile: 781.258.9502
Skype: philip.odence


SIGN UP NOW for SPDX Forum if you are planning to attend

Kim Weins
 

We already have 37 registrants — including quite a few people that have not been normal participants.  Everyone needs to register so that we can get a full count for food and the room.

http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1073220

Kim


SPDX General Meeting Minutes, Agenda and Reminder for March 22 Meeting

Philip Odence
 

Upcoming Events:
  • We will have a working meeting at the Linux Collab Summit in San Francisco, April 4-5
  • There will also be an SPDX event at Cisco in San Jose, April 6. The purpose will be outreach and education. 
Plea:
Timezone Alert:
  • Be aware that US goes on Daylight Time this Sunday. Europe does not got to Europe Summer Time for two weeks on March 25. During that period the timezones will be an hour shorter than normal. 
  • We will continue to run SPDX meetings at same US times during that period.

Meeting Time: March 22, 8am PST / 10 am CST / 11am EST / 15:00 UTC. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Conf call dial-in:
Conference code:  7812589502
Toll-free dial-in number (U.S. and Canada):  (877) 435-0230
International dial-in number: (253) 336-6732
For those dialing in from other regions, a list of toll free numbers can be found: 
https://www.intercallonline.com/portlets/scheduling/viewNumbers/viewNumber.do?ownerNumber=6053870&audioType=RP&viewGa=false&ga=OFF

 
Administrative Agenda
Attendance
Approve Minutes   

Technical Team Report - Kate

Legal Team Report - Jilayne

Business Team Report - Kim

Cross Functional Issues – Phil


Re: SPDX lists moving to LF

Martin Michlmayr
 

* Martin Michlmayr <tbm@hp.com> [2012-03-16 09:41]:
These changes will become affective as of today at 10:00 PT (15:00 UTC).
There won't be any disruption to the operation of the lists.
The migration is complete.
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SPDX lists moving to LF

Martin Michlmayr
 

As part of our integration with the Linux Foundation, the SPDX lists
are moving to LF infrastructure. The lists are moving from FOSSBazaar
to <http://lists.spdx.org/> which is hosted by the LF. Apart from one
minor change, you won't notice any changes though.

If you filter based on the List-Id, please note that the List-Id
will change from name.fossbazaar.org to name.lists.spdx.org. For
example,
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will change to:
List-Id: Software Package Data Exchange <spdx.lists.spdx.org>

In the future, please use spdx@lists.spdx.org to send email to the
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These changes will become affective as of today at 10:00 PT (15:00 UTC).
There won't be any disruption to the operation of the lists.

If there are any questions, please let me know.

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Reminder: Biz team meeting Thurs AM

Kim Weins
 

At 11am ET, 8am PT

Dial in 866-740-1260
ID 2404502

Topics
-Collab Summit
-SPDX Forum
-Web site


Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Kim Weins
 

Maybe we can coordinate details on this at the Collab Summit meeting.

Kim

On Wed 3/14/12 8:03 AM, "Michael J Herzog" <mjh@nexb.com> wrote:

Kevin and Guillaume,

As you can tell, we have public transit in the Bay Area, but it is not
particularly well coordinated across systems. I suspect that the best
approach
will be some combination of public transit and car-pooling with colleagues
which
we should be able to arrange during the Linux Summit (and we hope that there
will be more people coming to the SPDX forum from out of town who have not yet
figured out the logistical challenge).

A specific suggestion is to take SF Muni / Caltrain to Mountain View or a
similar stop on the Peninsula and one of us who lives nearby could pick you up
on our way to Cisco. For time, the best approach is to take one of the
Express
trains. I am pretty sure that I could pick up some colleagues this way but I
may not have room for four.

cheers, Michael


On 3/12/2012 12:55 PM, Guillaume Rousseau wrote:
Le 12/03/12 17:31, Kevin P. Fleming a écrit :
Hopefully this isn't an inappropriate usage of this mailing list...

Two of us from Digium will be coming to the Bay Area to participate in the
LF
Collaboration Summit and SPDX events. We'll be staying near Union Square and
aren't planning to have a rental vehicle since nearly all of our activities
in the Bay Area can be reached via public transit.

However, the SPDX Forum in San Jose is not practical to reach via public
transit from downtown San Francisco (two hours each way, it appears, twice
as
long as driving). We could of course rent a vehicle for that day, but that
seems a bit wasteful since it would be parked nearly all day.

I'm posting this here in hopes that someone might offer up a creative
solution (or two, or three). If there are other non-Bay Area participants
who
will be in the same situation, we could try to arrange some ride-sharing. If
anyone who lives in the area would be willing to offer carpool services
(we'd
be happy to offset the costs) that would work as well.
Philippe and me will be in the same situation
No idea up to now about the best solution.
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Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

mjherzog
 

Kevin and Guillaume,

As you can tell, we have public transit in the Bay Area, but it is not particularly well coordinated across systems. I suspect that the best approach will be some combination of public transit and car-pooling with colleagues which we should be able to arrange during the Linux Summit (and we hope that there will be more people coming to the SPDX forum from out of town who have not yet figured out the logistical challenge).

A specific suggestion is to take SF Muni / Caltrain to Mountain View or a similar stop on the Peninsula and one of us who lives nearby could pick you up on our way to Cisco. For time, the best approach is to take one of the Express trains. I am pretty sure that I could pick up some colleagues this way but I may not have room for four.

cheers, Michael

On 3/12/2012 12:55 PM, Guillaume Rousseau wrote:
Le 12/03/12 17:31, Kevin P. Fleming a écrit :
Hopefully this isn't an inappropriate usage of this mailing list...

Two of us from Digium will be coming to the Bay Area to participate in the LF Collaboration Summit and SPDX events. We'll be staying near Union Square and aren't planning to have a rental vehicle since nearly all of our activities in the Bay Area can be reached via public transit.

However, the SPDX Forum in San Jose is not practical to reach via public transit from downtown San Francisco (two hours each way, it appears, twice as long as driving). We could of course rent a vehicle for that day, but that seems a bit wasteful since it would be parked nearly all day.

I'm posting this here in hopes that someone might offer up a creative solution (or two, or three). If there are other non-Bay Area participants who will be in the same situation, we could try to arrange some ride-sharing. If anyone who lives in the area would be willing to offer carpool services (we'd be happy to offset the costs) that would work as well.
Philippe and me will be in the same situation
No idea up to now about the best solution.


Registration open for SPDX Forum: PLEASE REGISTER and INVITE OTHERS

Kim Weins
 

H everyone:

Registration is now open for the SPDX Forum.

We need everyone’s help to make this a success by inviting other people outside the current SPDX group who may be interested in learning more!  You have two tasks:

1. Register yourself
Go to the following address:
http://www.spdx.org/wiki/spdx-forum-managing-open-source-software-licenses-suppliers-and-customers

Click one of the Register Now links and fill out the Registration form.

2. Invite others
Send out email to others that might be interested.  Below is a text blurb that you can paste in your email.  Of course you can feel free to edit or write your own as well.

Kim

-----------
I would like to personally invite you to participate in the SPDX Forum:  Managing Open Source Licenses with Suppliers and Customers

The SPDX Forum is a one-day meeting on April 6 that will help companies learn how to streamline their open source license compliance processes.  The forum will bring together procurement, supply chain, legal and technical staff at companies that use open source technologies in their products to discuss challenges and best practices for complying with open source licenses across the software supply chain.  

We will also discuss how the SPDX(TM) (Software Package Data Exchange) standard, developed by a workgroup of the Linux Foundation, can help companies to improve and streamline compliance efforts.

Registration is free, but space is limited.  Please  http://www.spdx.org/wiki/spdx-forum-managing-open-source-software-licenses-suppliers-and-customers to register or learn more.
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Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Kevin P. Fleming <kpfleming@...>
 

On 03/12/2012 01:54 PM, Kim Weins wrote:
There is the Caltrain. From Union Square it's a long-ish walk to the train
station or you can take a quick cab ride.
Also for those us that will be using Muni/BART while in the city, there are three Muni bus lines that go pretty directly between Union Square and the San Francisco Caltrain Station (web site says 20 minutes between those locations).

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Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Kevin P. Fleming <kpfleming@...>
 

On 03/12/2012 01:54 PM, Kim Weins wrote:
There is the Caltrain. From Union Square it's a long-ish walk to the train
station or you can take a quick cab ride.

There is light rail in San Jose that goes right up Tasman drive by Cisco.
I'll check into whether it goes to the San Jose Caltrain station -- I assume
it does.

By the time you do the walk/train/light rail it will be a fairly lengthy
trip, although driving at that time in the morning can be pretty heavy
traffic as well.
Right... those of us not familiar with left coast rush hour think that more than an hour to get some place for a meeting is excessive :-)

You could also head down to San Jose Thursday night and stay at a hotel
closer to the location of the Forum.
Since there others in the same situation, I'm thinking Caltrain to the San Jose Caltrain Station and then a shared taxi to the Cisco campus is probably the most practical choice. Google Maps says the taxi ride should be 20 minutes or so, so that would make the whole journey somewhere around 75 minutes, which is not awful.

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Digium, Inc. | Director of Software Technologies
Jabber: kfleming@digium.com | SIP: kpfleming@digium.com | Skype: kpfleming
445 Jan Davis Drive NW - Huntsville, AL 35806 - USA
Check us out at www.digium.com & www.asterisk.org


Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Kim Weins
 

Yes -- it will be a bit of a ride. The Caltrain drops you off in Central
San Jose. Cisco is on the very east side of San Jose.

KIm

On Mon 3/12/12 1:47 PM, "Kevin P. Fleming" <kpfleming@digium.com> wrote:

On 03/12/2012 12:09 PM, Armijn Hemel wrote:
On 03/12/2012 05:59 PM, Jilayne Lovejoy wrote:
To my knowledge, there are trains from SF to San Jose that are pretty
direct
during rush hour (little less than an hour). I'm not familiar with how
far
it is from the train station to Cisco's campus, but perhaps from there a
shared cab might make sense? Maybe someone from Cisco can elaborate on
that
part?
Take Caltrain from San Francisco, then transfer to VTA Light Rail (
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VTA_light_rail ), get out at Cisco Way (
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisco_Way_%28VTA%29 ), walk.
I must be missing something obvious here. I spent a bit of time looking
at the Caltrain and VTA websites (and transit.511.org).

Caltrain from San Francisco Station to Mountain View Station takes 45
minutes on one of the morning 'express' routes. It would then take 40
minutes or so of light rail, bus and walking to get to Cisco Way.
Alternatively Caltrain can take you all the way to Tamien Station, and
then a single light rail ride will take you to Cisco way, but again the
total time is over two hours.


Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Armijn Hemel <armijn@...>
 

On 03/12/2012 06:42 PM, Radcliffe, Mark wrote:
Caltrain is great!http://www.caltrain.com/schedules.html. I defer to someone else on how far away Cisco is located.
However, make sure you have some cash for tickets, just in case. Last year the CalTrain vending machines in San Francisco refused my Dutch creditcard (it's MasterCard, so should have worked). Luckily I had foreseen that and had backup cash.

armijn

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Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Kevin P. Fleming <kpfleming@...>
 

On 03/12/2012 12:09 PM, Armijn Hemel wrote:
On 03/12/2012 05:59 PM, Jilayne Lovejoy wrote:
To my knowledge, there are trains from SF to San Jose that are pretty
direct
during rush hour (little less than an hour). I'm not familiar with how
far
it is from the train station to Cisco's campus, but perhaps from there a
shared cab might make sense? Maybe someone from Cisco can elaborate on
that
part?
Take Caltrain from San Francisco, then transfer to VTA Light Rail (
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VTA_light_rail ), get out at Cisco Way (
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisco_Way_%28VTA%29 ), walk.
I must be missing something obvious here. I spent a bit of time looking at the Caltrain and VTA websites (and transit.511.org).

Caltrain from San Francisco Station to Mountain View Station takes 45 minutes on one of the morning 'express' routes. It would then take 40 minutes or so of light rail, bus and walking to get to Cisco Way. Alternatively Caltrain can take you all the way to Tamien Station, and then a single light rail ride will take you to Cisco way, but again the total time is over two hours.

--
Kevin P. Fleming
Digium, Inc. | Director of Software Technologies
Jabber: kfleming@digium.com | SIP: kpfleming@digium.com | Skype: kpfleming
445 Jan Davis Drive NW - Huntsville, AL 35806 - USA
Check us out at www.digium.com & www.asterisk.org


Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Kim Weins
 

There is the Caltrain. From Union Square it's a long-ish walk to the train
station or you can take a quick cab ride.

There is light rail in San Jose that goes right up Tasman drive by Cisco.
I'll check into whether it goes to the San Jose Caltrain station -- I assume
it does.

By the time you do the walk/train/light rail it will be a fairly lengthy
trip, although driving at that time in the morning can be pretty heavy
traffic as well.

You could also head down to San Jose Thursday night and stay at a hotel
closer to the location of the Forum.

Kim


On Mon 3/12/12 10:59 AM, "Jilayne Lovejoy" <jilayne.lovejoy@openlogic.com>
wrote:

To my knowledge, there are trains from SF to San Jose that are pretty direct
during rush hour (little less than an hour). I'm not familiar with how far
it is from the train station to Cisco's campus, but perhaps from there a
shared cab might make sense? Maybe someone from Cisco can elaborate on that
part?
(disclaimer: I don't actually live in the area)

Jilayne


On 3/12/12 10:55 AM, "Guillaume Rousseau" <guillaume.rousseau@antelink.com>
wrote:

Le 12/03/12 17:31, Kevin P. Fleming a écrit :
Hopefully this isn't an inappropriate usage of this mailing list...

Two of us from Digium will be coming to the Bay Area to participate in
the LF Collaboration Summit and SPDX events. We'll be staying near
Union Square and aren't planning to have a rental vehicle since nearly
all of our activities in the Bay Area can be reached via public transit.

However, the SPDX Forum in San Jose is not practical to reach via
public transit from downtown San Francisco (two hours each way, it
appears, twice as long as driving). We could of course rent a vehicle
for that day, but that seems a bit wasteful since it would be parked
nearly all day.

I'm posting this here in hopes that someone might offer up a creative
solution (or two, or three). If there are other non-Bay Area
participants who will be in the same situation, we could try to
arrange some ride-sharing. If anyone who lives in the area would be
willing to offer carpool services (we'd be happy to offset the costs)
that would work as well.
Philippe and me will be in the same situation
No idea up to now about the best solution.
Jilayne Lovejoy | Corporate Counsel
jlovejoy@openlogic.com
720 240 4545 | phone
Follow me on Twitter @jilaynelovejoy

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Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Mark Radcliffe
 

Caltrain is great! http://www.caltrain.com/schedules.html. I defer to someone else on how far away Cisco is located.


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Subject: Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

To my knowledge, there are trains from SF to San Jose that are pretty direct
during rush hour (little less than an hour). I'm not familiar with how far
it is from the train station to Cisco's campus, but perhaps from there a
shared cab might make sense? Maybe someone from Cisco can elaborate on that
part?
(disclaimer: I don't actually live in the area)

Jilayne


On 3/12/12 10:55 AM, "Guillaume Rousseau" <guillaume.rousseau@antelink.com>
wrote:

Le 12/03/12 17:31, Kevin P. Fleming a écrit :
Hopefully this isn't an inappropriate usage of this mailing list...

Two of us from Digium will be coming to the Bay Area to participate in
the LF Collaboration Summit and SPDX events. We'll be staying near
Union Square and aren't planning to have a rental vehicle since nearly
all of our activities in the Bay Area can be reached via public transit.

However, the SPDX Forum in San Jose is not practical to reach via
public transit from downtown San Francisco (two hours each way, it
appears, twice as long as driving). We could of course rent a vehicle
for that day, but that seems a bit wasteful since it would be parked
nearly all day.

I'm posting this here in hopes that someone might offer up a creative
solution (or two, or three). If there are other non-Bay Area
participants who will be in the same situation, we could try to
arrange some ride-sharing. If anyone who lives in the area would be
willing to offer carpool services (we'd be happy to offset the costs)
that would work as well.
Philippe and me will be in the same situation
No idea up to now about the best solution.
Jilayne Lovejoy | Corporate Counsel
jlovejoy@openlogic.com
720 240 4545 | phone
Follow me on Twitter @jilaynelovejoy

OpenLogic, Inc.
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Broomfield, Colorado 80021
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Re: Logistics for visitors to the Bay Area getting to the SPDX Forum on April 6

Armijn Hemel <armijn@...>
 

On 03/12/2012 05:59 PM, Jilayne Lovejoy wrote:
To my knowledge, there are trains from SF to San Jose that are pretty direct
during rush hour (little less than an hour). I'm not familiar with how far
it is from the train station to Cisco's campus, but perhaps from there a
shared cab might make sense? Maybe someone from Cisco can elaborate on that
part?
Take Caltrain from San Francisco, then transfer to VTA Light Rail ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VTA_light_rail ), get out at Cisco Way ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cisco_Way_%28VTA%29 ), walk.

armijn

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