[TriLUG] Triangle Open Source Lab meeting 5/24 from 7 PM until 9 PM - RSVP
bradoaks at gmail.com
Wed May 16 09:57:00 EDT 2007
The big value that I have found in Jim's meetings over the last couple
of years has been that they happen in a lab format. With a smaller
group, this kind of experiential learning was possible. It is my
opinion that TriLUG is too large for something similar to happen at
its regular meetings.
Jim's meetings grew out of the (somewhat TriLUG related) RHCE study
group he hosted at his home for many months. Those of us who attended
were better for having done so. And Jim did not want that good group
of folks to dissolve because we had reached the end of that particular
I'm excited at the prospect of the group meeting regularly again, and
am curious about the direction we'll chose as the topic of the next
On 5/16/07, William Sutton <william at trilug.org> wrote:
> not to start a flame war but...
> my impression of the organization from previous mailing list threads was
> that it was Jim's private version of TriLUG since he felt slighted over
> not being able to make some presentations to the official LUG.
> William Sutton
> On Wed, 16 May 2007, Steven T. Davis wrote:
> > What will be the topic of the meeting? What is the goal of your organization?
> > Steve Davis
> > --------------------
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> > >>> jim at neuse.net 5/15/2007 5:13 PM >>>
> > Dear ,
> > Please join Triangle Open Source Lab http://www.triangleopensource.org for our next meeting on Thursday evening 5/24/2007 from 7 PM to 9 PM at Exploris. We'll meet in the room adjacent to the IMAX theater. Be sure to RSVP jim at neuse.net so you will receive any last minute room changes and cell phone numbers via emailfor contacts to let you in the door. Many thanks to Tim Hazlehurst at Exploris for hosting our meeting. I'll bring an Axis Video over IP camera to try for any remote attendees http://www.neuse.net/products/surveillance. We'll have opportunity to discuss a course of action. Our web poll indicates significant interest in LAMP. Might as well start there. Look forward to seeing you.
> > Regards,
> > Jim
> > Jim Ray, President
> > Neuse River Networks
> > tel: 919-838-1672 cell: 919-606-1772
> > http://www.Neuse.Net
> > Connecting You to the World since 1997
> > PS Here's the info on Exploris:
> > Exploris
> > 201 E Hargett St
> > Raleigh NC 27601
> > Web Site: http://www.exploris.org
> > Please sign up for the mailing list since I'll probably nix the Yahoo group:
> > http://lists.triangleopensource.org/listinfo.cgi/discussion-triangleopensource.org
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