[sf-lug] meetings in general (and specific)
johnlowry at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 10:10:35 PST 2006
I could make that no problem.
On 2/19/06, jim stockford <jim at well.com> wrote:
> Anybody interested in meeting at SF State on
> 19th and Holloway at any particular time
> (probably evening)? For now this would be an
> additional meeting, alternating with the Javacat
> Most people who've joined the sf-lug mailing
> list seem to be lurkers--relatively few come to
> the Javacat. There are a few who used to come
> and now don't. A couple have complained of
> parking hassles, the only downside to the
> I suspect that a different few people would
> come to a meeting at a different time and place.
> I'd be willing to make the trek, just to be sure
> someone's there.
> On Feb 19, 2006, at 12:55 AM, Sameer Verma wrote:
> > jim stockford wrote:
> >> Monday, February 20 at 6:00 PM is meeting time at
> >> the Javacat on Geary at 20th avenue in san francisco.
> >> How'm'soever:
> >> A few people have brought up the idea of meetings
> >> more generally: more meetings, other meeting times,
> >> other places....
> >> There's always my place--I've got several computers,
> >> at least one of which can be torn down and rebuilt on
> >> demand, and i've got lots of various distros old and
> >> new to play with. I got 'em partly to make them available
> >> to anyone who wants to have an install party or to work
> >> collaboratively on any linux-y project (e.g. audio).
> >> There are other cafes, other neighborhoods, maybe
> >> other kinds of venues (the ActNet classrooms, which
> >> are in a parking-place-challenged neighborhood),
> >> maybe other classrooms or office spaces? maybe
> >> even your house? And other times. For me, for now,
> >> weekday mornings work great, as do occasional
> >> Tuesday or Thursday evenings.
> >> Holler if you want alternatives: send your email
> >> to the sf-lug at linuxmafia.com mailing list and maybe
> >> we'll get some discussion, even agreement.
> >> jim
> > I'm not sure how many people show up to these meetings (I haven't been
> > to one yet), but I could make arrangements to meet at SFSU. Its on MUNI
> > M-line.
> > Sameer
> > --
> > Dr. Sameer Verma, Ph.D.
> > Asst. Professor of Information Systems
> > San Francisco State University
> > San Francisco CA 94132 USA
> > http://verma.sfsu.edu/
> > http://opensource.sfsu.edu/
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