[nSLUG] Meetings

Chris Jordan cjordan at cs.dal.ca
Thu Dec 1 07:26:03 AST 2005


This assumes that average Computer Scientists know Web Development.
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On 1-Dec-05, at 7:12 AM, Artson wrote:

>
>
> On 30 Nov 2005 at 22:45, Chris Jordan wrote:
>
> > nSLUG doesn't really hold meetings however there is a Computer Group
> > called Dal-ACM which meet regularly, has open source projects,
> > tutorials, workshops, conferences, and installfests. It's a student
> > society at Dalhousie but membership is open to the public.
> >
> > http://www.dal-acm.ca
>
> That's good to know, thanks.
>
> I see that they use the acronym ACM (Association of Computing  
> Machinery) but they don't ever translate it until you read the  
> Frequently Asked Questions. If the acronym were spelled out in the  
> source title section or the meta-name, the site would be easier to  
> find for the internet searcher.
>
> Just a thought. I research web sites and publish them in the Open  
> Directory Project and run into this quite a bit.
>



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