[sf-lug] I am a Linux user in San Francisco interested in helping with SFLUG or independent Linux or hardware projects
jim at well.com
Mon Aug 3 19:50:10 PDT 2009
lx_rudis at sbcglobal.net is honchoing the St. Anthony's
jim at well.com and robert briley are just starting a
red hat certification study effort.
christian einfeldt ( einfeldt at gmail.com ) is
supporting the kipp school on geary at scott.
the hayes valley learning center on haight at
buchanon is probably very low on desktop machines. i
bet they would welcome someone who'd cannibalize their
broken ones to make one or two more working ones.
reply to the list if you're interested (that's
sf-lug meets at cafe enchante on the first sunday
(from 11 am to 1 pm) and the third monday (from 6 pm
to 8 pm) each month ( http://www.sf-lug.com or
the OLPC-SF project meets once a month on a middle
saturday in SF
( http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_SanFranciscoBayArea ).
if you don't know of it, investigate the noisebridge
( http://www.noisebridge.net ), based near mission
and 16th street in sf.
eat chinese food, attend a presentation, and hang
out with other linux afficianados in chinatown on the
third tuesday of each month ( http://www.balug.org ).
On Mon, 2009-08-03 at 12:45 -0700, user wrote:
> I am visiting San Francisco for another week or two and have some time
> on my hands. It would be fun to help out on some kind of project and
> get my hands dirty, whether it's just setting up an OS, or upgrading
> hardware or networks, or a creative hack, making wifi antennas, or
> what-have-you. I am windoze free and I am currently running Debian,
> Ubuntu, and Puppy for stable usage, and DSL, and Slitaz for live
> booting. I loved that hardware chart that one of your members made.
> That's my desktop right now. I've been using linux for about 5 years.
> I have some intermediate command line usage, if that's needed on anything.
> I keep missing SFLUG meetings, but it would be cool to meet up if
> someone if working on a project and needs a hand.
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