Local Linux friendly ISP offer to NFLUG users
r.v.maggio at worldnet.att.net
Mon Mar 25 02:24:11 EST 2002
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gregory J. Neumann" <gjn at certainlywood.com>
To: <nflug at nflug.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2002 8:03 PM
Subject: Re: Local Linux friendly ISP offer to NFLUG users
> I think that the web page would be another good place to post the change,
> happens. Is there a membership list w/ addresses? A possible course of
> would be to have everybody post an "I got the word" reply here on the
> it to the membership list and phone/mail those that haven't replied. I'll
> with that.
> Finally, how are we to know wen it has actually changed? Just a majority
> loudmouths on the list? ;-)
> AFAIK, We changed the date on the last meeting just using the list, and
> AFAIK, nobody was too confused by it. (But how would we know if they
don't post to
> the list?) Geez, I'm doing too much second guessing! Just my .02.
> I'm still all for the change, unless the room is th size of my "office"
> server space) here! ;-)
Good points, but I think all in all it will go without much problems I think
we all will get
accustomed in time to the change when it happens. I'm for it,...shocking
isn't it, I can actually
agree with the change. (look out for the smartass remark...Oh too late!) So
much for sounding
like EULA. Sorry to disappoint anyone. hehehe:)
I would like to see us all know any and all of the ifs ands or buts before
we make the change.
As far as being loudmouths.....Well I don't think we're loudmouths.
You and I and anyone else who has an invested interest in this has a
justifiable reason for concern.
We invest our lives, money and so forth into our
This organization is a major player in (at least this is how I see it) our
education and ability to
network in our field. So why wouldn't we be concerned with its existence.
By the way....what the heck is this acronym (AFAIK)
Have Screwdriver Will Travel
Computer Repair Service
P.O. BOX 186
Spring Brook, NY. 14140-0186
Phone: (716) 677-5909
travelingcomputerservice at worldnet.att.net
> > I agree that we should keep our eyes open but I suspect that at the time
> > needed relocation, opportunities would present themselves. We have a
> > enough group that we probably can find a place (whether a good sized
> > someone's large family room :-) fairly quickly. We just mentioned
> > recently that we're having a problem with the Downtown location and
> > several folks with ideas, the most recent of which is the offer by Joe
> > for the use of his company's location. If the membership thinks the
> > would be good, I would hope that we wouldn't have to do this again for a
> > time.
> > If we move, we also need a way to notify EVERYONE in the group so that
> > continues to show up at Statler Towers, looking for us. Notifying the
> > will get most folks but I suspect that there may be a few that aren't on
> > list.
> > I'd like a bit more info about the size of the room but other than that,
> > no objections if the group wants to move to the location at the corner
> > Cayuga and Cleveland drive. Use of the facilities of a company that is
> > with Linux geeks can't be too bad :-) We might even garner a few more
> > in the deal.
> > Joe, could you please let us know the size of the room and what the
> > engagement might be (Do's and Don'ts, that is)? Obviously, things like
> > reconstruction of the facilities and hacking the company's computers are
> > don'ts and cleaning up after ourselves is a major do. Anything else
> > need to know before the membership makes a decision?
> > Thanks, folks...
> > Cheers!
> > Bob
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