jim at well.com
Sat Mar 17 13:16:17 PDT 2007
seems fluff-heavy, but may be interesting
On Mar 17, 2007, at 11:53 AM, bobbie sellers wrote:
> Hi jim stockford, on 03/17/07, you wrote:
>> this one (long) page presents bullet points and
>> mercifully brief discussion about LUGs, including
>> types, activities, and use of the internet.
>> how do you think we're doing?
> I think the group is doing ok. We have good speakers
> occasionally and you guys have helped me with installing
> GNU/Linux on my laptop. I have seen you help other folks
> and you do club computing with linux. You have good communication
> going both online and offline.
> By the way be glad you aren't stuck in the era of producing
> hardcopy newsletters for the membership. Major bummer and
> expense to produce and mail.
> Oh and I am still doing stuff on my Amiga because despite
> Linux handiness it is hard to import about 15 years of addresses
> to kmail. Juggling all the stuff I do online between Linux
> and Amiga is complicated but I am gradually getting more done
> on the Linux side there. Oh and I did get my bookmarks from
> the Amiga over to the Windows side but the same file is
> unreadable by the same progra (Mozilla/Firefox) on the Linux
> Such fun.
> Thanks for the hard work Jim and hope to see you all on Monday
> bobbie sellers - (Back to Angband) Team *AMIGA* SF-LUG
> Formerly of AWest - San Francisco's Amiga Users Group
> bliss at california dot com
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