[sf-lug] Felton LUG meeting 1/8

Larry Cafiero larry.cafiero at gmail.com
Wed Jan 5 08:45:58 PST 2011

[This notice was sent to the LUGs in the Santa Cruz area and is being sent
to SFLUG for the benefit of those on the mailing list who either live within
driving distance from "over the hill" and/or have an interest in hearing
Michael's presentation. Felton is 6 miles northeast of the city of Santa
Cruz on Highway 9, and there is a link to a map provided below ]

Hey, all --

Saturday marks the first Felton LUG meeting of 2011 and we're starting it
off wth a bang. We have the a special guest speaker this month: Michael
Paric of Computer Business Solutions, who will speak on Easy SMB Server
Solutions Using the Zentyal Platform.

The meeting, as usual, is at the Felton Fire Station, 131 Kirby (behind the
Felton Community Center) on Saturday, Jan. 8 at 2 p.m. "Behind the Felton
Community Center" is usually directions enough for Felton, but for those
coming from other areas, here's a map:


Michael Paric is owner and CEO of Computer Business Solutions based in
Benicia. With a degree in Industrial Design and continued  training in
computer technology he has been working with Linux and Open Source software
since 2001, creating web applications and providing  network consulting to
small businesses. After a successful pilot program installing and
maintaining a Linux thin-client network for 120 students at  a local
continuation High School, he refined the system and created Canopi, a
fully-managed, turn-key computer network based on Open Source software and
stateless workstations for schools, libraries and community centers. When
Michael is not attending East Bay LUG meetings or helping  local
Sustainability projects, he can usually be found pedaling away the miles on
his blue road bike.

Hope to see you on Saturday.

Larry Cafiero
Felton LUG
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