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Re: [Muscle] Wireless Wallet - Already in Korea
From: Peter Tomlinson (pwtiosis.co.uk)
Date: Sat Mar 06 2004 - 10:13:22 CST
Scott (and anyone else interested),
Funding permitting, I expect to arrive in Washington on the Friday before
CTST, in order to attend on Sunday a meeting of an international discussion
group that was set up during the e-Europe Smart Cards programme. This time
the meeting is in Frederick, hosted by Jim Dray and Teresa Schwarzhoff of
NIST. The Japanese (Prof Ohyama and supporters from the citizen service card
project) and Jan van Arkel from Holland (supported by some industry and
public sector people from across Europe) will be there.
Then I will be staying until Wednesday or Thursday, but only with an
exhibition ticket at the moment. I hope (with someone from the public sector
here in the UK) to able to meet David Corcoran, and we want to talk to NIST
about the status of implementation work on the GSC-IS API.
It will be a pleasure to meet anyone on the list, so please suggest time and
place and topics. But don't anyone think I'm a software man (I was once a
teenage physicist, then briefly a CPU designer when they were 10 ft to 40 ft
long), and the other UK delegate is a security man (although he was a linux
man some time ago).
Peter Tomlinson MA(Oxon), Iosis Associates
34 Strathmore Road, Horfield, Bristol BS7 9QJ, UK
Phone & Fax +44 (0)117 951 4755, Mobile +44 (0)7968 947021
Email pwtiosis.co.uk and peteriosis.org
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Guthery" <sgutherymobile-mind.com>
To: <musclelists.musclecard.com>; <musclelists.musclecard.com>
Cc: "Chris Shire" <chris.shireinfineon.com>; "David Everett"
<david.everettmicroexpert.com>; "Steve Brunt" <steve.bruntphysics.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 06, 2004 12:26 PM
Subject: RE: [Muscle] Wireless Wallet - Already in Korea
> Will you be at CTST in Washington/April? Perhaps we should put together a
BoF (Birds of
> a Feather) session of some sort. (Or maybe a CoF = Curmudgeons of a Fur).
> Cheers, Scott
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