amgad at amgad.org
Sat Dec 19 11:14:37 EST 2009
I agree with the concept of redirecting it toward a bit more relevant ideas
The security idea was great
Certification might be a good one too.
I think it could be very helpful specially for networking in this down
A friend of mines and I are considering launching some Linux very basic
training soon for the same purpose.
I am all for the "reviving" idea.
From: colug-432-bounces at colug.net [mailto:colug-432-bounces at colug.net] On
Behalf Of Mike Haun
Sent: Friday, December 18, 2009 2:45 PM
To: Travis Sidelinger; colug-432 at colug.net
Subject: Re: [colug-432] december
I would sure hate to see it go away. No bout a doubt it!
It's a lot of fun learning about new applications that members present -
many of which I'm interested in but may not have the time to get into right
then. I have put to use several ideas which I've learned from you COLUG
geeks over the past few years. A couple of these ideas have been important
and useful to my business.
I also don't mind continuing to host whenever the group wants it to be up in
this area of town. Since we meet late in the month, let's take December off
each year since that always tends to land so close to Christmas?
To quote Travis, "It would be a shame to loose this valuable resource."
On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 10:53 AM, Travis Sidelinger <travis at ilive4code.net>
Disappointingly it does seem interest is fading. Having a local group
of peers and seeing what those peers are up to has had tremendous
value. I've always tried to do my part in giving back by presenting
myself, thou life's responsibilities has made attendance of late
difficult. It would be a shame to loose this valuable resource.
Jim Wildman wrote:
> so this brings up the bigger question...is COLUG relevant anymore? Any
> thoughts from anyone?
> On Wed, 16 Dec 2009, Scott Merrill wrote:
>> Hi everyone.
>> This month's meeting is on Wednesday, December 30. I don't think I'll
>> be able to make it.
>> Who's planning on attending? If there's interest, I'll secure a
>> location for us. If someone has something to present, please speak up!
>> colug-432 mailing list
>> colug-432 at colug.net
> Jim Wildman, CISSP, RHCE jim at rossberry.com http://www.rossberry.com
> "Society in every state is a blessing, but Government, even in its best
> state, is a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one."
> Thomas Paine
> colug-432 mailing list
> colug-432 at colug.net
colug-432 mailing list
colug-432 at colug.net
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the colug-432