TriLUG CURRENT server? Re: [TriLUG] Thanks Hunter!!
janyne_kizer at ncsu.edu
Fri Jun 14 12:07:20 EDT 2002
That's an awesome idea. We use Current at work and it does very well
Robby Dermody wrote:
> I for one would be very interested in a TriLUG CURRENT server. I have 2
> servers and setting up my own CURRENT server would be a bit overkill for
> that (well...and I'm too lazy to keep up with the new versions of it :).
> It's one more valuable service to TriLUG members, and what better way to
> demonstrate to sponsors the need for more hardware. :) If users set up for
> each of their machines to query the CURRENT server every week or at most
> every other night I don't think the load and throughput should be that bad.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David R. Matusiak" <matusiak at speakeasy.net>
> To: <TriLUG at trilug.org>
> Sent: Friday, June 14, 2002 10:24 AM
> Subject: [TriLUG] Thanks Hunter!!
> > while it was a bummer to not get to see Mark Johnson talk about XML
> catalogs, i
> > must give many thanks to Hunter Matthews for stepping in at the last
> moment to
> > give such an EXCELLENT presentation!!
> > with <=0 preparation time, Hunter was able to jump into the mix and show
> us the
> > most important aspects of Current
> > <http://www.biology.duke.edu/computer/unix/current/> while also including
> a lot
> > of info about up2date itself. Hunter chose to take advantage of the
> command line
> > and show us practically every aspect of Current RIGHT THERE in real time.
> it was
> > awesome - and all with no prep!!
> > again, thanks to Hunter! and i hope we can still coax Mark into speaking
> > sometime in the future. ;) and "Welcome!!" to all the new members that
> > have a good wkend, all!
> > dave ;)
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