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=== to CS departments/clubs ===
 
=== to CS departments/clubs ===
 
Alternate version: [[OSCTC Email Templates#CS Department Publicity Email]]
 
  
 
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=== to science departments/clubs ===
 
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Alternate version: [[OSCTC Email Templates#Non-CS Department Publicity Email]]
 
  
 
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<p>Again, thanks so much for working with us and taking the time to learn a little bit about open source.  We hope to keep working with you in the future.  :)</p>
 
<p>Again, thanks so much for working with us and taking the time to learn a little bit about open source.  We hope to keep working with you in the future.  :)</p>
 
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To attendees, with exit survey:
 
 
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Subject: Staying in touch, after Open Source Comes to Campus
 
 
Hi '''name''',
 
 
Thanks so much for coming to the Open Source Comes to Campus event last
 
Saturday! '''Co-organizer''' and I and all of our staff had a great time meeting
 
you and working with you throughout the day.
 
 
To help us know what went well at the event, and what we could improve,
 
we'd love if you could fill out this exit survey. We'll send you an
 
OpenHatch sticker in the mail if you do!
 
 
That's right, a FREE STICKER!
 
 
 
'''Exit survey URL'''
 
 
 
 
For those who couldn't make it - fear not! The information presented at
 
the workshop is also available online, on our wiki. We're not finished
 
editing the materials, though, so if anything is confusing, please let
 
us know. Find it here: https://openhatch.org/wiki/OSCTC_Resources
 
 
We'll be posting about the event soon on the OpenHatch blog. If you
 
attended but don't want your name or photo in a blog post, tell us and
 
we'll make sure that your preferences are respected.
 
 
You've all been subscribed to our alumni mailing list. This is a low
 
traffic list that we'll use to keep you informed of opportunities such
 
as internships and local open source meetups. If for any reason you want
 
to be taken off the list, just send me an email, or use the automated
 
unsubscribe option at the bottom of list emails.
 
 
And as always, feel free to contact us with any questions you have. You
 
can reach us on IRC in #openhatch on irc.freenode.net as well as at our
 
personal email addresses or at hello@openhatch.org.
 
 
Again, thanks so much for working with us and taking the time to learn a
 
little bit about open source. We hope to keep working with you in the
 
future.  :)
 
 
-- '''Your name'''.
 
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