Carl Bullard on 20 Nov 2008 04:58:08 -0800

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Re: Pending meeting

Here is my input:

I personally find it easier to respond to the mailing list :)

Wednesday night is the only bad night for me.

As for location, I prefer something central in the county but I'm not
opposed to something that's around a 20 min drive away.

My interests in Linux are mostly for home network usage, desktop and
home file servers.  With the occasional crossover to app development
servers, LAMP and J2EE.

On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 12:32 AM, Mike Stitzinger <> wrote:
> Hi Dave, I can't say for others, but for myself I personally found it easier
> just to keep hitting 'reply' rather than actually go to the website.  My
> mistake though.
> For me Tuesday nights would be best, since I have a class on Monday and
> Wednesday.  I agree with the questions you mentioned.  We need to get some
> confirmation on these.
> As for location, I life in Doylestown to naturally that would be the best
> for me.  However, a more central location as you put it would be better.
> Warrington or Newtown would work well.
> I'm currently a student but I'm graduating in December.  I'm a CBIS major,
> looking to be somewhere in the field of computers as a Network or System
> Administrator in a blended environment of Windows and Linux systems.  I've
> been experimenting with Linux for the past 2 years now.  My most recent
> projects have included an LDAP server (for the computers in my house),
> Apache web server for hosting, and a PVR using Mythbuntu.  From a community
> of Linux users, I'd love to know more about Linux in the business world
> (since I've had very little experience outside of my own administration of a
> custom LDAP development environment at work) and it's use as a powerful
> alternative to Windows (which I'm certianly not partial to).  From the
> community it would be nice to see some of these projects come to fruition,
> but that's just my two cents.
> On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 10:17 PM, Doug Crompton <> wrote:
>> I decided to change the topic since everyone on here seems to just hit
>> reply and string along a bunch of past messages!  Reminds me of novice AOL
>> users rather than seasoned Linux folks.
>> We seem to typing back and forth quick few word messages and never really
>> accomplishing anything towards a meeting or organization.
>> So lets answer a few simple questions....
>> 1. What night(s) are good for you?
>> 2. Would/is this church that was mentioned be OK for a meeting? Where is
>> this church and is there definitely WIFI there?
>> 3. What would you like to accomplish at meetings? Program? Social? Snacks?
>> etc.
>> I will be the first to answer....
>> 1. Mondays would be best for me followed by Tuesday and Wednesday. I would
>> try to accomodate any day.
>> 2. I can go anywhere but a central place to our group region would be
>> best. I am not sure where that is but I would guess it was Richboro, or
>> Newtown? I am assuming there is not much way up county and most are
>> between Doylestown, New Hope, Bristol, Southampton, Warrington circle.
>> 3. For me it would be mostly social, meeting other Linux users and
>> hobbyists. I am an amateur radio operator and have home automation
>> interests, run everything computer, email - sendmail, web server - apache,
>> phone - asterisk, etc. here. I would enjoy any interesting presentation.
>> Doug
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