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The names I've used here are mostly the names used on L-Space IRC or on the alt.fan.pratchett newsgroup. Some of them happen to be real names too. People are listed in left-to-right order in the foreground of the picture.
I managed to get my tent up all by myself.
Someone I can't identify, Uwe (or is it Rolf? sorry, I didn't
figure out how to tell you apart), MchlGrnt, Eric and Susan_M.
Julie/Bluebottle, Brett/Dragon, Alex/PerfDrug (discovering the
infamous melted bar of chocolate), Aquarion and Thom.
Thomas, Corinne, someone whose name I keep forgetting, Daniël,
Rosemary and Rachel.
Someone whose name I forget, Janice, Alex/Harassed, Marina,
And Mole in the background, in a striped shirt.
Simon Callan(?), Ailbhe, that person whose name I forgot before,
zoekim and kimzoe (or vice versa; it doesn't matter since they
are inseparable), Kate E, Susan_M, Thomas, Nikki and Martin.
Melusine demonstrates proper use of tags, or something.
The back of the hat says `</head>', of course. I'm told there are also T-shirts with `<body>' and `</body>' printed on them.
Gideon, Adrian, ingvar, ccooke and jester.
Maurice/MrO, Jacquie/Spirit/Ookey, and the ookling.
Thom, Rachel, Corinne, Rosemary and Aquarion.
Labrat/Jeroen talks to Nattie.
I passed this call around to, um, probably only about 20 people. I will take this opportunity to complain that some people remembered talking to Nattie on my phone, but didn't remember that I was there. Bah.
Too many people get addicted to playing Galax.
This is all my fault for giving the game to them. In my defence, I'd like to say: muahahahahaha!
Lunchtime(-ish) at the grease-wagon.
Barry and Arwen's arsenal of water-weaponry.
Actually this is only the half they brought with them.
Thomas packs up, leaving his sign till last.
The handing-over of the £15 auctioned white chocolate-coated coffee-bean.
Mike/mpk with his BOFHmobile.
No, he doesn't normally drive this. His father collects ex-army equipment and loaned this for the weekend.
That's all. You can go away now.