[unclug] new listserv and facebook group

Jeff Bollinger jeff01 at email.unc.edu
Fri Feb 2 11:31:52 EST 2007


Jeff Bollinger wrote:
> Douglas A. Whitfield wrote:
>> Good question Jeff!
>>
>> Last I checked, Linux was Open Source, so an Open Source group applies to
>> Linux.  However, Linux isn't the only Open Source OS/App in the world.
> 
> Yes, I'm well aware of this.  An open source support group is a great
> idea.  I just take issue with:
> 
>> This might be a little premature, but my campaign website goes live tomorrow and is being pubbed by the DTH (http://media.www.dailytarheel.com/media/storage/paper885/news/2007/02/02/Opinion/Information.Underload-2692938.shtml?sourcedomain=www.dailytarheel.com&MIIHost=media.collegepublisher.com) so I need to get some members in the facebook group, and fast! 
> 
> You might be surprised to know that this list isn't ONLY for students,
> but also support personnel and other professionals in the UNC community.
> 
> This is clearly stated in the 'welcome' message to the list:
> 
>> This mailing list is for people interested in receiving and contributing community support for Linux and Linux applications on the UNC campus.  You *must* subscribe using a UNC e-mail address.
> 
> and:
> 
>> This mailing list is for people interested in receiving and contributing community support for Linux and Linux applications on the UNC campus.  You *must* subscribe using a UNC e-mail address.


Ooops - the second "and" was supposed to be this:

> Welcome to the UNC Linux Users Group!  This list exists to serve as a open community support forum for Linux, Linux software, and Linux users and its messages will be publicly archived for the future reference.  
> The list caters to Linux users from various backgrounds and technical skill levels, and in the spirit of free community support and mutual respect, the tone of postings and responses to the list should always be supportive and never condescending.

Thanks,
Jeff



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