[sf-lug] sf-lug Digest, Vol 106, Issue 8

Ron Wellman wellmanron at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 13:02:42 PDT 2015

Bobbie, how do you do it? report on a meeting a month in the future!

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>    1. Report of meeting of Monday, 16 April 2015 (Bobbie Sellers)
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> Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2015 21:25:34 -0700
> From: Bobbie Sellers <bliss-sf4ever at dslextreme.com>
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> Subject: [sf-lug] Report of meeting of Monday, 16 April 2015
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> Hi LUGgers,
>      I arrived about  6:45 PM and Bill H. and Mikki were there before me
>   with  problems.
>      Mikki could not access the wireless at the Cafe Enchante/
>      After I made sure the configuration was correct,   but we
> could not get onto the wireless connection I made when I
> turned on my machine.
>      So finally I had Mikki shutdown, disconnect her power
> supply, pull her battery (which she had no experience with).
>      After that the battery was re-inserted and the power
> applied and the little older machine went right to wireless.
>      Maestro showed up as we were going though that exercise.
>      Then we had further discussion about history, cookies and
> tracking in Firefox.
>      Maestro is having some problems with his optical drive in
> the older notebook he uses.   I am not sure he made much
> progress with that.  But he did give Mikki a lot of advice about
>   tracking and cookies.  Mikki finally got the blur on her machine
>   and can turn it off or on or totally remove it.
>      Mestro kept looking for a Firefox extension "do not track me"
> and I managed to find the name had been changed to " blur" and
> he finally realized it was installed under the new name.  Likely the
> name was changed as he was updating and never noted the
> change.
>      Bill was having a problem with Thunderbird and its behavior
> of downloading mail at start-up.  I went through the preferences
> and server settings and got that straightened out for him.  Then
> he spent most of the rest of the meeting downloading his mail
> from an old Webmail server that had filled up.  Over 1300 e-mails.
>      At 7:45 PM we started to pack up our equipment and Bill was
> kind enough to give me a ride home.
>      So if anyone has any emendations or correction for this account
> please send them to the list asap.
>      Next meeting will be at Cafe Enchante Sunday April 5 2015 from
> 11 AM to 1 PM.  Hope to see some of the best people there.
>      Bobbie Sellers
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