[TriLUG] What about an "unofficial" February Meeting, for those without SO's??
John F Davis
johndavi at us.ibm.com
Mon Jan 28 11:03:08 EST 2002
Why dont we have a web site with our picture on it or something? Maybe we
each could get a small space to
show a picture, email address, irc nick, PGP pulbic key, interests, etc.
prhodes at firstname.lastname@example.org on 01/27/2002 10:50:07 AM
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those without SO's??
What would some of you, who would be attending the Feb 14th meeting ( if it
was being held ), think about doing some kind of informal get together
that night? We can't do anything at Dreyfus, as Kevin pointed out, without
a SC member there. But, we could all get together and go have a "Tri-LUG
I'm thinking this might be a good chance for some of us to just get
together, hang out, shoot the breeze and get to know each other. This
seems especially appropriate considering how somebody was commenting
recently that LUG meetings weren't always real good at allowing people to
get to know one another,
and put faces with names ( and e-mail addresses, heh ). So, since there's
no LUG meeting on the 14th, this might be a good chance for some plain old
socializing. ( wait: Do geeks socialize??? LOL )
And it has the further benefit of giving anybody, who doesn't have a SO,
something to do on Valentines Day, other than sit around and mope
about not having an SO. :-)
Anybody who's interested, please chime in. If we were to assemble a large
group for a dinner, we'd probably need to pick a restaraunt in advance,
and call and reserve a large room or a couple of tables at least.
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