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Hi, Janina, I met you in open source world conference in Málaga, Spain. Do you remember me? I took every morning early to the conference, I was very pleased to met a woman like you.
Then, I has no time to attend you as I wanted, cause I has to attend voluntiers. Now I,m the president of Focus, do you remember? I gave you a T-shirt with our name :-)
In this summer, we have a conference at Sevilla's University Pablo de Olavide, I would be very happy having you in Spain this days, so I expect you to be here. It would be very interesting for Spanish woman, and blinds, and everybody else.
Thank you very much, Janina.

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