April's meeting place

JJ Neff jjneff at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 17 17:42:28 EST 2002

I was thinking more along the lines of a smaller college like this (especially
one where in-laws work :-)

Also high-schools, community schools are a lot more open to cooperation than
large universities.

--- Robert Romito <robromito at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone.  Sorry I missed the last meeting.  
> I think that working with another user group  is a great idea.  A LUG 
> partnership could open a lot of linux doors to WNY.  I think this option 
> should be option #1.  I am investigating a backup plan, however, in case 
> this option falls through.  My father-in-law-to-be (July 12 :-) ) is a 
> department head at Daemen College.  Daemen is around Main St.  &  Harlem 
> Rd.  There is plenty of free parking.
> Robert Romito.
> >Gentlemen,
> >
> >I have not been following this thread too closely so I maybe sharpening an
> old saw. As a part time student in the computer science program at UB,  I am
> aware that UB has a LUG  (for students only) and the infrastructure to
> support it.  I also know many member in this NFLUG know UB (or ex UB
> students) students.  Some of them post to NFLUG  from time to time.  
> >
> >I think they (UBLUG) would be sympathetic to NFLUG's situation.  I don't
> know what UB's overall attitude would be toward a non - profit computer club
> using their facilities, but I would imagine that UB's LUG could be an ally in
> obtaining UB's permission.  It could be pitched as an "educational"
> (emphasis)  community service. UB has an entire division call Millard
> Fillmore Collage that is for continuing professional education (a.k.a. adult
> education) All they can say is no.  However, if they say yes (even with
> conditions) it is a convenient location and they are 'wired' for sound. 
> >
> >Regards,
> >Wayne
> >

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