Andrew C. Oliver
acoliver at buni.org
Sat Apr 7 10:01:56 EDT 2007
From the site and this email I'm left with "What is it exactly?"
Jim Ray wrote:
> After a one year break from most after hours events, associations and organizations (4 local chambers of commerce, NCCBI, NCTA, CED, BNI, TBB, AITP, IEEE, TNTUG, TriLUG, Internetworkers, Rotary, Wesley, Terrapin Junction, ad nauseum), I'm ready to team up with Mark Freeze to co-facilitate our open source lab.
> Here's our new web site:
> Go ahead and post your suggestions for a topic for our next meeting and the time for the next meeting that would be most convenient for you. I'm not averse to having something on a Thursday afternoon around 4 PM over a cold golden nectar from the heavens.
> I wouldn't mind picking up where we left off with good ole basic load up a box with Ubuntu and move into Samba to replace Winders Active Directory et al. I have a notebook PC I can donate to use as a unit under test so we won't have to cart around a monster big iron server. I haven't ask permission from my boss (wife) yet might be able to host if we limit the crowd to half a dozen folks. Otherwise, we can ask Tim if Exploris is still an option.
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