[nSLUG] October meeting at Uncommon Grounds?
doherty at cs.dal.ca
Mon Sep 16 21:03:43 ADT 2013
I don't think so. You can bring whatever you want for taking notes. If
the sessions are interactive, I guess the person doing it will let us
know ahead of time to bring a laptop or whatever.
The main thing we need is for people to organize a session for us to
attend. Currently we have zero talks scheduled for Oct 7. That would be
a pretty disappointing evening. Last time, I did one talk and arranged
the other one. I look forward to seeing what others bring to the table
On 13-09-16 06:23 PM, Will Haggerty wrote:
> Hello all.
> I am interested in attending some gatherings in the near future and I
> would like to know if there is anything I should bring to follow along?
> On 2013-09-16 5:36 PM, "Mike Doherty" <doherty at cs.dal.ca
> <mailto:doherty at cs.dal.ca>> wrote:
> I did book the same conference room for us on October 7. As I mentioned
> previously, I'm not really available to do all the organizing this time,
> but I hope others will step forward with interesting topics to speak
> about. I would definitely like to attend and learn from other NSLUG
> We had a request for a session on command line basics, which should be
> easy to prepare. I think someone had already started on that - please
> raise your hand so we know that this is being taken care of.
> Is there someone else who has an idea for a session they'd like to run,
> or requests for a topic to be covered?
> On 13-09-16 05:02 PM, Ben Armstrong wrote:
> > I'm going to go out on a limb here and say it looks like we're having
> > the October meeting at Uncommon Grounds ... Unless those who said
> > would like to plan another technical talk have been doing some awesome
> > "stealth" organizing of the event ...
> > Ben
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