[SMAUG] Progress Report
Tue Feb 6 21:35:02 2001
Well, just got home. Can't very helpful these days.
If you would like me to do a specific task, just let
me know. Web maintenance is not my favourite discipline.
Rick Moen wrote:
> Well, with considerable help from Jacob Hunter, the group now once again
> has administrative control of this mailing list, and this evening will
> regain edit/admin control of the group's Web site. I've made a few
> changes to the Mailman settings: The most significant is that the
> subscriber list is now available to any subscriber, not just to the
> listowner. You can browse it here:
> The main thing we need next is a replacement meeting place for March and
> months following. The SCO Conference Center is no longer available.
> Adding a couple of items to my list of desirable qualities in a meeting
> -- can be regularly available
> -- large tables, or at least tables that can be combined for 10 or more
> -- not too much crowding
> -- quiet enough for conversation
> -- hours that fit SMAUG's time slot
> -- admission for those under age 21 (remember the USA's dumb liquor laws)
> -- food / coffee would be nice, but not essential
> Lisa DeQuattro and Max Baker are scouting out some possibilities -- but
> don't be shy if you can think of others. (I can't: I'm ordinarily a
> South Bay denizen.)
> As soon as we have a meeting location, updating the Web site is the next
> priority. Really soon would be good!
> Believe me, given a regular meeting time and venue, getting meeting
> topics and speakers won't be a problem.
> Cheers, Before enlightenment, caffeine.
> Rick Moen After enlightenment, caffeine.
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