Looking for linux-ora. users in Spain

We are develooping aplications based in oracle on linux. We
are experimenting some problems and want to contact with someone
directly, preffered on Spain, for interchange experiences and
information. If you know other people in the same situation
email us too. Please email us directly if posible.

Francisco Jose Suarez Perera (guest) wrote:
: We are develooping aplications based in oracle on linux.
: are experimenting some problems and want to contact with
: directly, preffered on Spain, for interchange experiences and
: information. If you know other people in the same situation
: email us too. Please email us directly if posible.
Yes, just we are, and also you can contact with the people
localted at the University of Oviedo:
(Cesar Menendez [email protected])

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