Pt lisas huh/.....hehe we may bump into each other.......maybe...*L*
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Jobity" <richjob@...>
Cc: <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 1:40 PM
Subject: [TTLUG] TTLUG September 2002 and beyond (xposted at ttcs, techies)
> Good afternoon,
> I have been relatively quiet on when the next TTLUG meeting was going
> to be for quite a while. Short story: tied up at work and a bout
> with dengue-like fever. Shorter story: new job in Point Lisas from
> September 2002.
> But enough about me. :)
> I would love suggestions on what topics the TTLUG would like to see
> for the meetings for the coming months, and, MORE IMPORTANTLY, if
> there are any volunteers for speaking. Quite frankly, I'm still kind
> of tired and I don't have the time I would like to have to prepare
> stuff. The disaster that was the X terminals session bears this out.
> Mea culpa.
> If anyone is interested in hearing a talk on a particular topic, or
> if there is anyone interested in enlightening the rest of the LUG on
> a particular topic, please send me an email ( richjob@... ), or
> put it to the list for discussion.
> Also, I wanted to get an idea of what the members feelings on
> "indirect Linux" topics are. There are several things that are
> important and need to be covered, but are not directly about Linux.
> Like project management, leading to PM under Linux. Just an example.
> As another possibility I was thinking about having some of the
> meetings being less technical sessions. We try to do some pretty
> heavy lifting in the average TTLUG meeting and members might want to
> just discuss "Linux stuff" on occasion. Any thoughts?
> That being said, I am trying to get some stuff together for a Linux
> desktop session at one of the earlier TTLUG meetings, dealing with UI
> stuff and replicating basic office (and maybe Microsoft Office TM)
> functionality in Windows.
> Not using the usual OpenOffice, but the Codeweavers Crossover Office
> (to use Office 97) and Crossover Plugin. I may also look at what
> OEOne is doing and see if the UI as browser is a viable option.
> And if I can get it, the latest Lycoris and the latest ELX.
> I would love your feedback.
> Maybe then I'll try X terminals again.
> -richard jobity
> Richard Jobity, Trinidad and Tobago
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